O’Connor Woods, a multi-level retirement community in Stockton, California, was home to the recent Delta Region meeting on Wednesday, October 8. Erika James with Ascension Benefits presented “Navigating Health Care Reform” for a group of about 25 LeadingAge members. James discussed new industry taxes and fees, the timeline for implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the different levels of plans available, rules for employer compliance and much more. Click here to download a PDF copy of her PowerPoint presentation.
After the meeting, participants were treated to a tour of the community led by Eric Sholty, Director of Facilities and Development at O’Connor Woods. Click here to view the rest of the photos on our Facebook page.
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LeadingAge California is proud to announce the release of the action learning work created by the EMERGE Class of 2012-2013.
An important component of the EMERGE leadership development program is the assigned Action Learning Project (ALP) in which Fellows create an idea or act on an opportunity around the themes of change and innovation and bring that project back to their own organization. Projects have ranged from developing partnerships, implementing new programs, to embracing new technologies. Through the action learning process, EMERGE Fellows have the opportunity to strengthen their organization and the people they serve.
View the EMERGE 2012-2013 Action Learning Projects
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