ALFA/Spader 20 Groups Raising the bar for excellence
You’re experienced, resourceful and successful, but sometimes you face problems even you can’t solve alone. So where do you turn for insight, ideas and concrete tactics to strengthen your business? ALFA/Spader 20 Groups. Since 1977, Spader has created peer group experiences revealing the secret to improved performance and profitability.
ALFA has partnered with Spader to offer
member CEOs of small- to mid-sized senior living companies a peer group
to exchange information, best practices, common challenges, and future
opportunities for excellence and profitability.
Are ALFA/Spader 20 Groups right for you?
Harness the Power of Your Peers with ALFA/Spader 20 Groups
Representatives from the Spader Group will host an information session at the ALFA 2014 Conference & Expo, to share information on the newly formed AFLA/Spader 20 Groups for senior living and how you can become part of this exclusive group.
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CHEAT Sheet - ALFA's Latest Industry News
Argentum continues to encourage senior living leaders to seek credentialing through the Senior Living Certification Commission (SLCC), an independent, non-profit organization committed to establishing credentialing programs for professionals working in senior living. Currently, the SLCC is conducting a provisional test to develop relevant questions and to review examination procedures, and is on track to release the initial Executive Director exam for certification this fall.
US Against Alzheimer’s is urging advocates of finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease to tell the U.S. Postal Service that it’s time to stamp out the awful disease.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is doing its part to celebrate Older Americans Month by collaborating with Meals on Wheels to offer a placemat including useful tips for older adults and their financial wellness.
Mental disorders now tops the list of the most costly conditions in the United States at $201 billion annually, according to a new study published in Health Affairs.
Hurricane season is here. After a disaster, it’s common for families and individuals to feel stress and anxiety over their health and safety and this affects people in many different ways, according to Dr. Dan Dodgen with the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in a blog post “Older Adults: Include Connectedness in Your Hurricane Plan.”
While the costs of long-term care continue to rise, assisted living continues on a slower growth trajectory than other types of long term care, according to Genworth Financial’s 2016 Cost of Care Survey conducted by CareScout.
Chronological age has almost no role in accounting for differences in older adults’ health and well-being, according to a new study out of the University of Chicago.
The new Medicare system for reimbursing providers outlined in the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, or MACRA, may not adequately reward good performance for those providers dealing with residents and patients needing long-term or end-of-life care, according to a report in Modern Healthcare.