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Welcome to the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA). Created in 1991, ASHA represents the interests of more than 500 companies involved in the finance, development and operation of the full spectrum of housing and services for seniors – including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and continuing care (or life plan) communities. ASHA primarily focuses on legislative and regulatory advocacy, research, and educational opportunities and networking for senior living executives.
ASHA President David Schless writes in a letter to Congress, “While we are encouraged by the news of a vaccine on the horizon, until it is widely available to our residents and staff, we must continue to take all necessary measures to protect our communities. This public health crisis demands that federal resources be allocated […]Read more about COVID Impact on Senior Living on Track to Reach $17 billion, ASHA Requests Relief from Congress
Joe Biden “has made COVID-19 and caregiving a national priority and has announced his intention to launch a COVID-19 Task Force that will create an ‘action blueprint’ to begin implementation Jan 20.” Full storyRead more about COVID Relief, Assisted Living Regulation Top of Mind After Presidential Election
ASHA sent a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Monday to again seek clarification about “conflicting information” posted by the department. In updated FAQs posted Oct. 28, HHS said that providers reporting use of the funds toward lost revenues attributable to the coronavirus should report actual patient care revenues and […]Read more about ASHA Submits Letter to HHS about Latest PRF Reporting Guidelines