Argentum Public Policy Institute Registration Now Open
Posted on November 10, 2022 by Libbie Chapuran
Argentum, our national partner for assisted living providers, will host its annual Public Policy Institute March 6-8 at the Hotel Monaco in Washington, DC. Registration for the event is now open.
The federal government profoundly impacts workforce development, long-term care financing, immigration reform, Medicaid, and Medicare expansion – all issues that can directly and indirectly drastically impact the senior living sector. With political change comes new opportunities to advance key Argentum legislative proposals that will strengthen the aging service field, improve workforce challenges, and expand access to our communities.
What You Can Expect at the Argentum Public Policy Institute
- Learn from policymakers on Capitol Hill and within the Administration on federal policies and proposals that will impact you and the seniors in your community.
- Speak directly with your congressional delegation on Capitol Hill and educate them about senior living issues affecting your community.
- Learn from senior living experts regarding regulatory concerns on the horizon.
- Become an Argentum advocate and elevate our standing in the nation’s capital. Your voice makes a difference.
Attend the Argentum Public Policy Institute and Walk Away With
- The tools, data, and skills that you need to influence policymakers and strengthen your communities
- A better understanding of the federal policies that affect you and a better understanding of how you can affect those policies
- A new or stronger connection with your congressional delegation
- New contacts in the sector to advance your goals at a local, state, and federal level
Join our voice in fighting for workforce solutions, common-sense immigration reform, and greater assistance for seniors to access our communities. Your voice is critical, and your story can and will impact policymakers.
Register now. Be sure to use code PPI23MN when you register for the event.
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