Stay Connected to n4a—Renew Before the End of the Month
Thank you to the many of you who have already renewed your membership! If you have not yet renewed, there are only six business days left to ensure your agency does not lose access to valuable member benefits, including this newsletter.
Hear from your peers on why you should not miss a minute of engagement!
“The information that we receive from n4a regarding advocacy, programs/services and partnership opportunities is an invaluable part of our day-to-day operations as well as our future strategic planning. To be honest, at Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging, we refer to the n4a staff as our “Washington, D.C. Office”, keeping us in the middle of national conversations!” —Mike Isaacson, Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging (IA)
“Over the years I have loved having n4a as a resource, and now that I am a director, it's been more important than ever. n4a has been our “rudder” and as we move forward into the future, we wouldn't want it any other way.” —Linda Miller, Centralina Area Agency on Aging (NC)
“Participation in n4a allowed me to get ahead of the curve. The n4a-provided exposure to aging trends and best practices from across the country really helped me prepare and position my organization to take advantage of the new opportunities out there, including Care Transitions, partnerships with ACOs/MCOs and the latest contracting and business practices!” —Dr. Mary Ann Spanos, Chautauqua County Office for Aging (NY)
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