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
ALFA has released a newly updated Labor Relations Guide & Tool Kit designed to aid senior living companies as they navigate the often changing field of labor law and regulation.
Florida ALFA, the Florida chapter of the Assisted Living Federation of America, announced that thanks to its collaboration with the Agency for Health Care Administration, a new policy initiative in the state has taken effect that creates an expedited initial licensure process for assisted living communities.
The biggest workforce challenges in senior care today are finding qualified candidates, employee retention and staff satisfaction and scheduling staff to meet needs, according to new survey results from a partnership between OnShift and Long-Term Care News.
The aging demographics in the United States have significant implications for the nation’s economy, but its Germany and Italy after only Japan that are already where the United States will be in 2050 – when a fifth of the country’s population is age 65 or older.
More than one-third of people age 65 and older fall each year and those who fall once are two to three times more likely to fall again, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, falls are not an inevitable result of aging.
We are witnessing an unprecedented transformation of the health care industry. There has been a rapid growth in jobs and an explosion in the number of start-ups. Physicians and nurses are being called upon to lead these new health care enterprises — and are assuming a higher level of influence in the business of health care than ever before.
The National Institutes of Health recently released recommendations providing a framework for an Alzheimer’s disease research agenda that was developed at the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Summit 2015: Path to Treatment and Prevention.
The White House Conference on Aging has released a retirement security policy brief focusing on issues related to Social Security, increasing retirement security and employer-based retirement savings options, and ensuring workers receive retirement investment advice in their best interest.