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Archive for May, 2011

Aging services providers will be struggling to recruit and retain a quality workforce, based on sheer demographics alone. Here are some examples of what innovative leaders in our field are doing to help improve their recruitment/retention potential by addressing issues most critical to the workforce they hope to bring/keep in the field.

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On May 5, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that a total of $4,893,248 in fiscal year 2010 Emergency Capital Repair Grant funds was awarded to 16 projects and 1,809 units.

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Episcopal Homes of Minnesota newest affordable senior housing community is an innovative model of community planning and neighborhood revitalization.

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Online training offers advantages for many providers, including education for regulatory compliance, accessibility, ease-of-use and record-keeping.

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This page features tips for organizing consumer focus and advisory groups that can help organization engage consumers and acheive their goals at the same time.

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The language can impact consumers’ opinions of our field, the services we provide and the people we serve. This toolkit offers information on universal language, examples of universal language terms and ideas for integrating it into your organization’s communications.

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Many LeadingAge members rely on funding from the Older Americans Act (OAA) money for a variety of activities.

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