LeadingAge PA President and CEO Adam Marles today condemned Gov. Tom Wolf for vetoing House Bill 1737. "House Bill 1737 enjoyed bipartisan support in the legislature," Marles said. "Despite this, Gov. Wolf has turned his back on nursing home providers during a pandemic when they need him the most."

Nursing homes remain at epicenter of PA's battle against coronavirus. LeadingAge PA President and CEO Adam Marles today commended the Pennsylvania General Assembly for sending House Bill 1737 to Gov. Tom Wolf for his signature. The legislation includes long overdue comprehensive, temporary, pandemic-related liability protection for senior care providers.

Adam Marles, president and CEO of LeadingAge PA, the voice for quality care in Pennsylvania, today thanked the Senate and House for passing legislation that creates a path to certification for temporary nurse aides who have demonstrated competency and commitment to aging services.
By Jen Mowery, Lecturer of Agile Methodologies & Project Management, Harrisburg University of Science & Technology  If you work in an environment where packed calendars are common, you've likely heard a coworker whine about having too many meetings with an exasperated smile that belies just how unhappy they are about their schedule. Maybe you're the person who talks about meetings this way.
Presbyterian Senior Living (PSL), a leading not-for-profit provider of senior and retirement care services based in Dillsburg, PA, has named Dyan McAlister to serve as Chief Financial Officer.

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