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PUBLIC POLICY


latest CDC survey of long-term care pro- viders and services users. (See the Septem- ber/October issue of Senior Living Executive magazine for highlights of that study.) Larry Polivka, director of the Claude


Pepper Center at Florida State University, outlined key assisted living regulatory issues, including administrator qualifications, men- tal health training, reporting systems and funding via increased reimbursements. Ed Jeffrey, a workplace law expert with


Jackson Lewis, outlined the myriad National Labor Relations Board and Labor Depart- ment decisions impacting senior living. Attendees also had lunch with journalist


Senior living advocate and journalist Joan Lunden shared her personal family stories about senior living with the audience.


and A Place for Mom spokeswoman Joan Lunden and got an exclusive look at the 2016 presidential campaign with Fox News’ James Rosen and election predictions with Jim Ellis of Ellis Insight. Argentum members spent the following day


meeting with federal lawmakers to highlight the valuable work they do for residents every day. As senior living professionals marched on Capitol Hill, many ran into Congressional members on their way to meetings. Some said they greeted Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in the elevator and passed by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) in the hallways. Many attendees stated how valuable it was to meet with members of Congress, as it paved a path for an open discussion on what this country needs to do to protect current and future seniors. These meetings surely don’t go unnoticed, for ex- ample Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) was kind enough to send Ed Kenny, Chairman and CEO of LCS, a thank you note regard- ing their discussion and to be sure to keep in touch. Argentum encourages all of its mem- bers to not just be advocates for senior living but to build connections along the way.


Save the Date


Be sure to save the date for Argentum’s 2017 Public Policy Institute & Fly-In, Sept 12-13 in Washington, DC. More details to come on argentum.org/events


60 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016


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