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Opening an Adult Day Center: The Facts You Need
March 8, 2017
3 PM EST, 2 PM CST, 1 PM, MST, 12 PM PST
$99 Members  $149 Non-members

Get a realistic look at what is involved in opening and operating an adult day center! Join us for this informative webinar to get the facts from an experienced provider. Gain valuable insight on savvy strategies, things to avoid, and best practices. This webinar will help you to explore this growing service sector to decide if opening an adult day center is right for you. Save time and money by planning ahead thoroughly and practically. Get the details from Beth Meyer-Arnold, RN, MS.

About the Speaker:

Beth Meyer-Arnold, RN, MS is a past president of the National Association of Adult Day Services and the Wisconsin Association of Adult Day Services, Beth was a director in adult day services for more than 25 years. Beth is now a Principal with Cygnet Innovations Group LLC (Milwaukee, WI), a long-term care and dementia care quality improvement consulting firm that specializes in adult day services.


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How Changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicaid, and Medicare Could Impact Adult Day Services
March 15, 2017
3 PM EST, 2 PM CST, 1 PM, MST, 12 PM PST
Complimentary for Members   $49 Non-members

As Adult Day Services professionals, we are all wondering about how the new administration will change healthcare.   Will changes in the ACA and Medicaid make it easier or harder to gain reimbursement for services?  What is the future of Medicare?  What other legislative matters will impact our clients and our work?

Join us for this interactive and informative webinar to gain a glimpse into what we are seeing thus far and what is yet to come. Webinar limited to first 100 attendees.

About the Speaker:

Roy Afflerbach is a retired state senator from Pennsylvania who now leads The Afflerbach Group, LLC, a public policy advisory and advocacy organization. During his 46-year public service tenure he has received over fifty meritorious service awards, including being recognized as “One of Ten Outstanding Legislators in the United States.” He began representing Adult Day Services in 2009 with PADSA and has been representing NADSA since October 2013.