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AAHSA Annual Meeting & Exposition.

Four Days with Purpose

Join us each day as we focus on the fundamental elements for achieving Quality First. Here are some of the targeted activities ...
The People Who Give ...
Transformational Leadership

"Leaders grow; they are not made."
--Peter F. Drucker

8:00-11:30 a.m.         Board Pre-Convention Seminar II:
                        Enhancing the CEO-Board

1:00-2:45 p.m.          Opening General Session
                        "The Tipping Point,"
                        featuring Malcolm Gladwell

                        Given the diverse challenges encountered by
                        AAHSA members in their quest to achieve
                        healthy, affordable and ethical aging services,
                        what elements exist today that could be
                        harnessed to positively change our field?

3:15-5:15 p.m.          Some Related Education

                        109-A Leading Effective Strategy

                        111-A. Cultivating a Visionary
                        Path--Transformational Leadership in Aging

                        140-A. Beyond Leadership: Developing a
                        Breakthrough Mentality Through Team

The People We Serve ...
Consumer Focused

Highlighting the relationship
between AAHSA members
and the consumers they serve ...

8:00-9:45 a.m.          Celebration General Session:
                        "A Conversation With the People
                        and the consumers they serve"

10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.   Some Related Education

                        84-B. Navigating the Long-Team Care Maze:
                        Finding Help--Providing Answers

                        86-B. Creating Collaborative
                        Partnerships--Resident Councils Across the

1:00-3:00 p.m.          "And Thou Shalt Honor" Town
                        Hall Meeting Broadcast Taping

3:00-5:00 p.m.          91-C. Powerful Tools for Caregivers:
                        An Innovative Educational Program for

                        92-C. For the Love of the Resident--Family
                        Councils and Providers Working Together
The People Who Give ...
Culture Change and
Workforce Excellence

Viewing staff as unique
individuals, affirming
that each person can make
a difference ...

8:00-9:45 a.m.          Annual Business Meeting
                        General Session: "When
                        Generations Collide," featuring
                        David Stillman and Lynn Lancaster

                        Learn why organizations that understand
                        generational differences and successfully
                        bridge these gaps will gain competitive
                        advantage in key areas, such as recruitment,
                        team building and cost containment.

10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.   Some Related Education

                        65-D. Aging Services Workforce Excellence

                        93-D. Three Culture Change Perspectives in
                        Long-Term Care--The Pioneer Network,
                        Wellspring and the Society for the
                        Advancement of Gerontological
                        Environments (SAGE)

                        94-D. A Solution for Nursing Home
                        Problems--The "Person-Centered Care

12:30-2:00 p.m.         Cultural Diversity Luncheon

3:00-4:00 p.m.          70-E. What is a Direct0r of Nursing?--Results
                        of a Two-State Survey

                        71-E. What's Being Changed in CCRC
                        Culture Change Projects?

4:30-5:30 p.m.          72-F. Achieving Workforce Excellence
                        Through Effective Employment Policies and

                        73-F. Culturally Competent Elder Care
                        Throughout the Continuum

The Mission
We Stand for ...
Advancing Our Mission

Building dignity and improving
the quality of life for older
persons now and in the future ...

8:00-9:45 a.m.          Closing General Session:
                        "Technology--A New Path to
                        Mission," featuring Eric Dishman

                        There are many roads to consider when
                        transforming your organization to prepare
                        for the future, while remaining true to your
                        mission--but the opportunities that new
                        technologies have to offer may present the
                        most advantageous path.

10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.   Some Related Education

                        132-G. Good to Great--Leadership that
                        Makes a "Great Community"

                        133-G. Mission Critical--Integrating
                        Scenario Planning Within Your

3:00-5:00 p.m.          52-H. Challenging the Development
                        Paradigm--Salemtowne Maintains Its

                        78-H. Constituency Exploration: What Do
                        Consumers, the Community, Residents,
                        Employees and Others Really Need From
                        Your Organization?
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Title Annotation:American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging; Advancing the vision
Publication:Contemporary Long Term Care
Article Type:Calendar
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2003
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