May 8-10, 2017
National Adult Day Services Public Policy Conference & Capitol Hill Day
(Including Education Sessions to Advance Your Center)
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With a new administration in place, maintaining a powerful presence on Capitol Hill is vital for Adult Day Services. We need you to join us May 8 – 10, as we champion our important mission. Join us for a legislative briefing and dinner on the evening of May 8 and pre-arranged visits to the Hill on the morning of May 9.
Monday, May 8:
5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Dinner and Reception
Join us on Monday evening for networking and dinner with your Board of Directors as we gather to make and renew acquaintances, share ideas, and prepare for legislative meetings.
Tuesday, May 9:
7:30 am – 9:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Depart for Legislative Appointments
8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Congressional Hill Visits
NADSA will provide assistance with scheduling meetings with Congressional staff/members of Congress for registrations received before the deadline. The earlier you register, the better the scheduling options for meetings with your elected officials!
Plan now to join us in 2017 as a voice to strengthen adult day services.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Policy Conference /Capitol Hill Day:
Cost: Register on or before March 16: Member: $159 Non-Member: $199
Register March 17 or after: Member: $199 Non-Member: $239
NEW THIS YEAR: Education Sessions
Only want to attend education sessions?
Cost: Register on or before March 16: Member: $95 Non-Member: $140
Register March 17 or after: Member: $130 Non-Member: $180
Tuesday, May 9:
3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Educational Session: Strengthening Your Adult Day Services Program in Your Community and State
The consumer view of your center in the community and the strength of adult day services in your state has a profound and constant impact on your operations. Join us for this intensive session on steps you can take to enhance and grow your business, increase funding for adult day services, strengthen the visibility of adult day services in your area, and ensure a person-centered focus in your program. This session will include:
- Case studies from adult day services state leaders who have transformed the profession in their areas
- Tools you can use immediately to broaden awareness of adult day services in your community
- Opportunities to share what is working in your community
Presenters: Jo Ver Beek, Care Services of Evergreen
Tynetta Alston, Pennsylvania Adult Day Center Association
Wednesday, May 10:
8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Educational Session: Marketing and Promoting Adult Day Services in Your Area: Tools Every ADS Needs
This session will focus on best practices and tools you can use to attract participants, engage your community, and generate revenue for your program. This session will be partly interactive so come prepared to share specific ideas that have worked for you!
- Using data to market you ADC
- Using a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) approach to build business
- Social media for marketing
Presenters: Vincent Rome, Center for Disease Control
Christie Clark, Insight Memory Care Center
Allison Szuba, Director, The Feinour Center-Adult Medical Day Care
Do you want to Attend both the Public Policy Conference AND the Education Sessions?
Cost: Register on or before March 16: Member: $225 Non-Member: $275
Register March 16 or after: Member: $265 Non-Member: $315
Stay tuned for updates about the 2017 Capitol Hill Day/Public Policy Conference!
Photos from Previous Events
Wisconsin delegates Lyn Geboy and Jim Penkowski met with Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) in the Senate Reception Room, posing with the image of the great progressive Representative, Senator and Governor from Wisconsin, Robert “Fighting Bob” La Follette. They had the chance to speak directly to Senator Baldwin about adult day services and hopes to create a full-fledged place in the long- term care continuum for ADS.
As part of the annual Public Policy Conference, the networking dinner held the evening prior to legislative appointments provides opportunity for adult day services providers to meet colleagues from across the United States.