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  1. Wading Through Discomfort to Create Better Outcomes

    Editor’s note: The Larry Minnix Leadership Academy includes a “study circle” in its curriculum. Academy fellows use the study circle to examine a timely issue relevant to nonprofit aging services providers. These discussions are meant to provide a vehicle for ongoing, structured dialogue, deliberation and ...

  2. Tales of Adventure, Generosity, and Fun: These are the People We Serve

    Meredythe Glass Covenant Shores, Mercer Island, WA Covenant Shores recently pulled out all the stops to celebrate and honor one of its residents. It was 80 years ago that the classic film Wizard of Oz was released. Resident Meredythe Glass, now ...

  3. Podcast: Federal Tax Reform and Aging Services Providers

    In this podcast, “The 2018 Federal Tax Reform and its Effect on Aging Services Organizations,” we talk to 3 guests about the likely effects of the 2018 federal tax reform on LeadingAge members seeking financing or managing debt or seeking capital. They also discuss recommended compliance and disclosure policies. The ...

  4. Advocate for Older Adults at the Leadership Summit

    This year, our members will be tackling the tough policy issues that face LeadingAge members every day: During their meetings with congressional offices, LeadingAge advocates will be highlighting the need to fix our workforce crisis in aging services. This includes asking Congress to pass H.R. 1265, the Nursing ...

  5. 2020 Budget Proposal Would Slash Funding for Aging Services

    For the budget category of domestic discretionary programs, which includes senior housing and home- and community-based services, the 2020 Trump budget invokes the draconian spending caps imposed under the Budget Control Act of 2011. In recent years, Congress has waived these caps because appropriators could not reasonably ...