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7 Steps for Success in Legislative Meetings
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
4:00 pm EST,  3:00 pm CT,  2:00 pm,  MT, 1:00 pm, PT
Members:    Complimentary
Non-Members:   $49

As many of you will recall, in 2018 NADSA Members participated in Virtual Advocacy Public Policy Day call-in effort with Members of Congress and the United States Senate. This year, we are asking you to schedule a face-to-face meeting with your Congressional Representative and United States Senator in their home district office. NADSA’s District Office Public Policy Days (DOPPD) take place the week immediately after Easter Sunday, April 22 thru Friday, 26th. The measure of a successful meeting is being welcomed to return for future meetings.

To prepare for your meetings, Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret., will host a highly instructional webinar on Thursday, April 10th at 4 p.m. EST. This webinar will explore seven critical steps by which to present your case to assure future meetings and the building of an ongoing relationship that can eventually lead to achieving your ultimate goal.
With a new majority in Congress and both parties in both chambers looking for ways to contain Medicare costs without reducing benefits, ADS/ADHC has the best opportunity of the past two decades to become included in traditional Medicare.

About the presenter:  Roy Afflerbach is a retired Pennsylvania State Senator and CEO of The Afflerbach Group, LLC. He has five decades of public policy experience and dozens of public service awards. He serves as NADSA’s public policy advisor and represents NADSA on the national Leadership Council of Aging Organizations.

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Using a Quality Framework to Ensure Adult Day Services Success
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
3:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm CT, 1:00 pm, MT, 12:00 pm, PT
Members:    $49
Non-Members:   $149

This webinar is part one of a two-part series and will highlight key components of a quality framework that can be used as a business strategy to support operations and performance improvement, and provide a pathway to sustainability and growth. Speakers will present a case study of an organization’s successful implementation of a quality framework as part of their accreditation journey. Learn how this is being leveraged through managed care/Medicare Advantage and other strategic relationships and how it continues to be a source of pride amongst staff at all levels. This webinar will include:

  • A number of organizational tools will be shared including:
  • Walker Grid
  • Cultural competency & diversity planning
  • Components of technology planning (including resource allocation and risk mitigation)

About the speakers:  Merle D. Griff, PhD, Founder and CEO of SarahCare Senior Solutions is one of the leading authorities on the care of seniors in the United States. She has served on numerous national boards and task forces including being the past Chairperson of the Board of Directors for NADSA, a member of the CARF International Advisory Council, and a task force member for the study of adult day care in the US for the Assistant Secretary of Program and Evaluation of the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services.

Jed D. Johnson, MSW, MBA, Managing Director – Aging Services for CARF International leads CARF’s aging services accreditation programs throughout North America that span the continuum of services including assisted living, adult day services, CCRC/life plan communities, case management, networks, home and community services, independent senior living, person-centered long term care nursing home communities, and dementia specialty care.

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An Introduction and Overview of Accreditation in Adult Day Services
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
3:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm CT, 1:00 pm, MT, 12:00 pm, PT
Members:    Complimentary
Non-Members:   $49

This webinar is part two of a two-part series and will include:

  • A brief overview of accreditation, including NADSA’s 20+ year partnership history with CARF International
  • An introduction to CARF Aging Services accreditation:
  • Development of field-driven, international consensus standards
  • The format of applicable standards for ADS programs
  •  Fees and timelines for accreditation
  •  What to expect as part of the consultative accreditation process
  •  A provider perspective on the value, return on investment (ROI) and outcomes of accreditation will be shared.

About the speakers:  Merle D. Griff, PhD, Founder and CEO of SarahCare Senior Solutions is one of the leading authorities on the care of seniors in the United States. She has served on numerous national boards and task forces including being the past Chairperson of the Board of Directors for NADSA, a member of the CARF International Advisory Council, and a task force member for the study of adult day care in the US for the Assistant Secretary of Program and Evaluation of the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services.

Jed D. Johnson, MSW, MBA, Managing Director – Aging Services for CARF International leads CARF’s aging services accreditation programs throughout North America that span the continuum of services including assisted living, adult day services, CCRC/life plan communities, case management, networks, home and community services, independent senior living, person-centered long-term care nursing home communities, and dementia specialty care.

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