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LeadingAge Maryland has held a number of recent events including:

 

     

The annual LeadingAge Maryland Conference with had over 250 people in attendance.

 

 

 

                                           
 

Golden Ring Co-Op Building Dedication – April 11, 2018

LeadingAge Maryland was honored to attend the building dedication of the newly remodeled Golden Ring Co-Op, a member of CSI Support and Development. This notable event was attended by co-op residents, CSI staff, community members and partners, and members of the state and local legislature. Fred Brown, President of the resident-run co-op, says that the newly renovated building has “helped us feel we are living with dignity. When we left our apartments, they felt like apartments. Now we feel we are living in new homes.” Resident Annie Ring proclaimed, “I love this place. I’m sorry you all don’t live here!”. The beautifully appointed community living areas and renovated apartments were designed by LeadingAge Maryland business member Hord Caplan Macht, and built by the Baltimore-based Southway Builders, Incorporated. LeadingAge Maryland is proud to have CSI as a member, and thanks them for their dedication to providing homes and fostering community for older adults across the State. To learn more about CSI and their work, please click here: http://www.csi.coop/en/component/mtree/MD/baltimore


 

 

The Nuts and Bolts of the New Survey Process – April 5, The Village at Rockville

   

On April 5, more than 50 professionals from Maryland and DC gathered at The Village at Rockville to learn about the nuts and bolts of the new survey process. This interactive day featured engaging sessions lead by Maureen Kelly of LW Consulting, Inc., Jordan Darnall of Providigm, and a panel of LeadingAge Maryland members who shared personal experiences from their recent surveys.

 


Administrator Peer Networking Forum – March 7, Asbury Methodist Village

On March 7th, we convened our quarterly Administrator Peer Networking Forum. Individuals from Little Sisters of the Poor, Broadmead, Farhney-Keedy, and Asbury Methodist Village were in attendance. The day featured a discussion of recent survey experiences, products and programs that are working well, and a guest presentation by Rich Rigali of Assisted Rehab on the proposed RCS-1 payment reform. Our next meeting will be held Tuesday June 19 at Edenwald Retirement Community in Towson.  


 

 

 

 

 

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8/21/2018
Tuesday StandUp- QAPI Basics

8/28/2018 » 8/29/2018
MDS Seminar: Back to Basics, and Times of Change

9/11/2018
Fall Leaders Forum-Collaborations and Partnerships

9/12/2018
Emerging Leaders Session 1

9/13/2018
Webinar- Medical Marijuana: Legal Perspectives

9/19/2018
Marketing and Communications Symposium 2018

9/19/2018
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