Article on Consumer Satisfaction
As published in the Journal of Aging & Social Policy, Consumer satisfaction information can play a valuable role among a broader set of publicly- and privately- led activities...
Key Elements of Working With the Media
Effective strategies for building a relationship with the media and advice on conducting media interviews.

NEW! Pneumococcal Vaccination Brochure

Workforce Report Presented to National Commission
A briefing report, prepared for the National Commission for Quality Long-Term Care by IFAS, provides an overview of the current workforce crisis...
Connecting Affordable Senior Housing
This report describes and compares three senior housing communities in Colorado help residents maintain independent living.

Rich in content and information, some of our projects provide valuable resources on the internet:
 
Better Jobs Better Care is a 4-year $15.5 million research and demonstration program, funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Atlantic Philanthropies. For more information visit the link below.


Visit: www.BJBC.org
 
The grant funding for the Center for Medicare Education (CME) program has expired and the program has come to an end. You can access the CME issue briefs by clicking on the link below.



Supporting the development of affordable housing with services for the elderly is fundamental to the missions of the A.M. McGregor Home and Foundation.


RECOGNIZE YOUR RISING NURSE LEADER!

We are pleased to announce a call for nominations for the 2nd Annual Joan Anne McHugh Award for Leadership in Long-term Care Nursing. This award recognizes nurses who provide excellent clinical care, while demonstrating leadership and a commitment to the field of long-term care nursing. Nurses working for AAHSA member organizations and meeting other eligibility criteria may be nominated. All entries must be postmarked by July 13, 2007. Download the McHugh Award Brochure for complete details.

AAHSA Members’ Research Projects Database

IFAS is pleased to announce the new online searchable database. It highlights evidence-based and informed decision making in the provider setting. Visit the site to register and learn what other members are doing! AAHSA members are invited to update or submit new projects on a continuing basis.


The Institute for the Future of Aging Services is a policy research institute within the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging.

www.aahsa.org

 

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