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What Have We Done for You Lately? – August 2018
LeadingAge spent a lot of time getting “up close and personal” during August 2018, as our team members in Washington, DC, and our members around the country, held face-to-face meetings with policy makers. As Labor Day approached, we also stepped up our efforts to develop tools and resources to help members prepare for an array of political and regulatory milestones coming this fall.
What Have We Done for You Lately? – July 2018
It’s been hot and steamy in the nation’s capital this July. But our 90-degree temperatures and near-100% humidity haven’t put a damper on the energy and enthusiasm of LeadingAge team members. We’ve been busy launching new initiatives, disseminating exciting new research, speaking out on important issues, and preparing useful resources for LeadingAge members. Here’s a guided tour of our work for you in July 2018.
What Have We Done for You Lately? – June 2018
“Let’s talk about it” has been LeadingAge’s primary message to consumers, policy makers, and members during June 2018. We’ve asked millennials to “Carry the Conversation” by becoming the voice of long-term services and supports (LTSS). We’ve been talking with policy makers about a variety of issues that matter to older Americans. And we’ve provided resources that member organizations can use to frame their internal conversations about important decisions.
What Have We Done for You Lately? – April 2018
During April 2018, LeadingAge launched a new series of town hall conversations with members around the country, positioned members to become hometown advocates, asked hard questions about how to pay for services, raised concerns about federal funding proposals, and developed timely resources addressing weapons policies, fair housing, workforce, ageism, and technology.
What Have We Done for You Lately? – January 2018
January was a busy month at LeadingAge, as we solidified plans for the New Year, helped members navigate a government shutdown, represented your interests on important advisory groups, and released a host of resources to help you do your work. Follow the links below to learn more.