State Partner News
LeadingAge has partners in nearly every state. Below is information about what is happening at their organization.
LeadingAge Washington’s Awards and Recognition Program is all about
people who make a difference every day in the lives of those they serve.
It’s about people who put quality first, deliver excellence, and
inspire others to do the same. Community members, employees, volunteers and residents were presented
with their awards at LeadingAge Washington's 63rd Annual Conference at the Red Lion Hotel in
Pasco, WA on June 11.
LeadingAge Florida celebrated its 50th year at a gala convention and
exposition last week, with the theme “Expanding the Possibilities: 50
Years and Beyond." Marsha Greenfield summarizes the highlights of the event.
LeadingAge affiliates and members around the country may find some important lessons in a new white paper on continuing care at home (CCAH). LeadingAge Florida published the paper to give not-for-profit providers in the Sunshine State the information they need to decide whether to offer CCAH contracts.
Twenty-five State Executives met for 2 days in San Diego, CA, to explore the recommendations of the Race for Relevance: 5 Radical Changes for Associations book and to deliberate a number of overlapping, pertinent state issues. For photos of the event, head over to Facebook.com/LeadingAge.
At the LeadingAge Connecticut Annual Meeting, held on October 15 at the Aqua Turf, Hebrew Health Care’s Sandra Rulnick was honored with The Volunteer of the Year Award. This award was “presented to a volunteer from a LeadingAge Connecticut
organization who exemplifies the spirit of [the group's] not-for-profit