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What a Government Shutdown Means for LeadingAge Members and The People They Serve
When a shutdown happens, what would it mean for beneficiaries of federal programs and providers? We expect the agencies to issue instructions but they haven’t yet. Based on past experience, here are some answers to frequently asked questions: Q. Does the entire federal government just come to a halt? A. ...
Don’t Assume You’re Immune to a Cyberattack
Providers of aging services are at greater risk for cyberattacks than other health care organizations because they’re new to electronic record keeping and have less mature information security systems. Cybersecurity Expert John DiMaggio outlines steps you can take to keep your data safe.
Steady, Sustainable Impact
“A significant, positive change that addresses a pressing social challenge.” That’s a clear definition of “social impact” from the Center for Social Impact at the University of Michigan. I think the history of nonprofit aging services constitutes a clear definition of it as well—but ...
A Conversation With New LeadingAge Chair Stephen Fleming
In mid-December, we interviewed the new LeadingAge Chair, Stephen Fleming, about his experiences in our field and his priorities for his 2-year term. Click below to hear the interview with Fleming, who is President/CEO of The Well-Spring Group in Greensboro, NC:
Social Impact in Word and Deed
In a country with many unmet needs, LeadingAge members are reaching beyond their walls into their greater communities to serve as a catalyst to better support an aging America and to ensure justice for older people. Here’s the story of some organizations and their residents who are making a difference. Elder ...