We are sharing the very latest with members twice each weekday. Morning updates go out via email, and we’re hosting daily online updates each weekday afternoon from 3:30-4:30 p.m. ET. Register to join us now! You can visit the main coronavirus page anytime.

Following are the latest coronavirus news and resources.

New Insights and Tools From LeadingAge
LeadingAge staff experts are developing essential guidance and tools, and curating the most relevant resources for aging services providers, including:

A complete timeline of insights, tools, and useful links is available here, so you’ll never miss an update.

From the LeadingAge LTSS Center
The LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston is sharing research studies and research-based articles focusing on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting older adults and the people who care for them. Check out our brief summaries of the latest data and analysis, including these recently posted articles:

Trusted Business Resources
LeadingAge continues to curate offers from businesses wanting to help members get through the coronavirus crisis. New offers for monitoring/screening and reportingfood service/management, and more are posted on our website now.

The Aging Services Career Center is Here for You!
Don’t forget that you can still post your open jobs for free on the LeadingAge Aging Services Career Center. We are partnering with major national employers to connect displaced workers from fields such as dining, retail, and hospitality with available jobs in aging services. Nearly 600 new jobs have been posted in recent weeks. Learn more about the displaced workers program and how to post your jobs.

Questions? Ask LeadingAge National, Your State Association, or Each Other
There are many ways to get help during this crisis. Contact LeadingAge’s national team directly or email us at covid@leadingage.org. If you have questions about local and state issues, contact your state association.

Join the MyLeadingAge Member Community COVID-19 group to ask questions, access resources, and share best practices for dealing with the coronavirus.