Lifespan Network is the largest senior care provider association in the Mid-Atlantic, representing nearly 300 senior care providers in Maryland and the District of Columbia. LifeSpan's members include not-for-profit and for-profit facilities providing care and services to seniors across the continuum of care, including independent living, assisted living, nursing facilities, continuing care retirement communities, subsidized senior housing, community-based and hospital-based programs.
The LifeSpan Network is composed of LifeSpan, The Beacon Institute, and LifeSpan Products and Services (LPS). Providers and professionals involved in senior care in Maryland and the District of Columbia turn to LifeSpan to keep informed of the latest legislation and trends in senior care and to have a dedicated lobbyist representing their interests in Annapolis, as well as to have opportunities to network with colleagues in the field. LifeSpan's Beacon Institute provides clinical and administrative education and training for senior care providers, both in our Columbia, Maryland classrooms and in your facility via webcast. Scholarship opportunities are even available for qualified members. Finally, the opportunity to save money and run a more efficient community through collective buying power is offered through Lifespan's Products and Services group (LPS). See why hundreds of your colleagues have joined together in Maryland's largest senior care provider association and start enjoying the benefits of membership today!
Getting Involved in LifeSpan
Many opportunities exist for you to become more involved in the LifeSpan Network. As a LifeSpan Network member you and interested members of your staff can participate on communities or tasks forces. Your input will be greatly valued and can help benefit LifeSpan in the future!
Committies usually meet on a quarterly basis and help set policy on the association's organizational structure, public policy and services. Committees recommend actions to the Board. The following is a list of brief descriptions of the current committees that exist at the LifeSpan Network. For more information about any of these committees, please contact the LifeSpan Network directly.
LifeSpan Network Committees
Finance Committee | firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviews all financial statements and annual budget for all organizations
Membership Committee | email@example.com
Helps communicate with prospective members and considers issues of importance to Provider and Associate Members
Legislative and Regulatory Committee | firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Committee | email@example.com
Explore opportunities for educational projects and trainings
Grants Committee l firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore opportunities for grants and grant projects
Task Forces are formed and dissolved as needed. There are usually several task forces active throughout the year. Policies, recommendations, or action steps developed by task forces are recommended to the Board or to an appropriate committee for action
The following are examples of current LifeSpan Network Task Force Groups:
Business Strategy Task Force | email@example.com
CRISP Task Force | firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthcare Info Technology Task Force | email@example.com
Assisted Living Public Policy Task Force | firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in learning about or participating on a committee or task force, please email the staff person who oversees that committee.
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