AAHSAAmerican Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (formerly American Association of Homes for the Aging, AAHA)
AAHSAAustin Area Human Services Association (Texas)
AAHSAASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Alliance of Health Supplement Associations (est. 2006)
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To learn more about CATIE, visit the Status Solutions booth - #939 at the AAHSA Annual Conference & Expo in Los Angeles Nov.
As you know, AAHSA represents more than 5,700 not-for-profit providers of aging services, and Larry has led the organization since 2001.
AAHSA is committed to advancing the vision of healthy, affordable, ethical aging services for America.
Alwan and I met in the courtyard of the "Idea House," on the AAHSA conference show floor.
AAHSA has endorsed the Patient Abuse Prevention Act introduced by Senator Herbert Kohl (D-Wisc).
"This comprehensive research process showed us that our members expect their association to be forward-thinking in shaping the future of our field and expand the word of possibilities for aging," AAHSA Board Chair Win Marshall said.
According to AAHSA, CAST's mission "is to unleash the potential of technology for innovative development across the continuum of healthcare, housing and services for the aging." The organization focuses on four goals:
AAHSA's goal is to help members tell their stories to gain consumer confidence, fight ageism, change the public's perception of long-term care professionals, and earn the community's trust.
Bravo, AAHSA, for assembling such a stellar example of technology for senior living at its best.
* 2006 Overview of Assisted Living is a collaborative research project from ALFA, AAHSA, ASHA, NCAL, and NIC.
Call it divine inspiration, our cover story this month came about after a happenstance conversation I had on one of the shuttle busses leaving the conference site during the American Association of Housing and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) this past fall.
(Caregivers) go in every day because someone else might fail." AAHSA President/CEO Larry Minnix in his opening address.