Lutheran Services in America Expands Its Rural Aging Initiative
Lutheran Services in America is expanding its work to address the increasing number of older adults in rural Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota experiencing social isolation and difficulty accessing services and supports to successfully age at home.
Lutheran Services in America Chief Charlotte Haberaecker to Retire After Decade of Leadership
Charlotte Haberaecker has announced her plan to retire after 10 years of leading Lutheran Services in America, one of the nation’s largest health and human services networks that reaches one in 50 people in America each year. Haberaecker’s retirement culminates a more than 40-year career of leading transformational change across the nonprofit, public and private sectors.
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Lutheran Services in America expands rural aging initiative to 4 states
McKnight's Senior Living Business Daily News: Lutheran Services in America said Thursday that it will expand its rural aging initiative into more states to help older adults experiencing social isolation and difficulty accessing services and supports to successfully age at home.
Nursing Home Provisions Still Intact But Unfunded in Senate’s Build Back Better Legislation
Skilled Nursing News: Nursing home staffing provisions in the Build Back Better Act so far remain unchanged — and unfunded — as the bill works its way through the Senate.