LeadingAge New Jersey Annual Meeting & EXPO
Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino:
June 11 - June 13, 2019

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With LeadingAge New Jersey Annual Meeting & EXPO right around the corner, now is the time to prepare. 

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Sponsorship Opportunities

LeadingAge New Jersey's Annual Meeting and EXPO is the premier event for mission driven providers of high quality health care, housing and services for seniors. Our members come to our annual meeting to find life changing products & services for their residents and clients and we connect you face to face with senior level leaders who purchase hundreds of thousands of dollars of goods and services annually.

For more details, view the 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities file:  Sponsorship Opportunities 2019

For more information on the event view the:  
2019 Exhibitor Prospectus

News & Updates
Join Jim McCracken in DC for...

Rally for Senior Housing NOW: 
Protect and Expand Affordable Housing for Older Adults

In 2017, over a thousand advocates came to Washington, DC, to rally and ask Congress for more funding for affordable senior housing. It was an exciting event that helped highlight the need for more affordable housing. It is time for us to gather again and tell Congress we need Senior Housing NOW!

Raise your voice with us!
West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol
Washington, DC
May 8, 1 - 2 p.m. ET

With you, the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol will come alive with our voices to support older adults and affordable housing!

The rally will bring residents, policy makers, advocates, and other stakeholders together in support of more resources to address the affordable housing needs of older adults with low incomes.

Speakers will include members of Congress, residents, and other supporters!

Make a plan for your community to join us as we fill the Capitol lawn with this simple message: Senior Housing NOW!

Please let us know if you are interested going. If we have a large enough group, we will consider coordinating transportation.

We look forward to seeing you in May!
Date                        Program                                                         Location
Mar 14                          What's New in Managed Medicaid                                                                                    NJHA
Mar 17-20                    LeadingAge PEAK Leadership Summit                               Washington Marriott Wardman Park
                                                                                                                                                               Washington DC 
Mar 27                         PDPM Series-#3                                                                                                             Webinar
                                    Rethinking & Restructuring Rehabilitation Services Under PDPM                      
April 1                         Lighting Innovations in Senior Living                                     Signify Lighting Application Center
April 3                         Compliance and Ethics:                                                                                                  Webinar
                                    What Every Nursing Facility Needs to Know About
                                    Mandatory Compliance Programs [registration to open soon]        
April 7-9                      NJADONA Annual Conference                                                                                          Bally's
                                                                                                                                                                       Atlantic City
April 8-12                    N.I.C.E. - Principles of Infection Prevention &                                                                   NJHA                                      Control Course                                                                                                              Princeton
April 10                       PDPM Series-#4                                                                                                             Webinar
                                    Considerations for Making the Medical Complexity Pivot
April 11                        Spring Fair Housing Update                                                                                 Monroe Village
                                    Kathi Williams                                                                                                   Monroe Township
                                    [registration to open soon]        

  • Director of Social Services
  • Director of Human Resources
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Assistant Director of Nursing Services
  • Vice President of Sales and Marketing
  • Executive Director/Housing Manager
  • Executive Director (CEO) Opportunities
For more information, contact  A my Greenbau m, Association Services Coordinator  at 
AGreenbaum@leadingagenj.org or call the LeadingAge New Jersey office at (609) 452-1161.  
Policy & Advocacy
We are your voice, advocating for you collectively and individually.  Our goal is to ensure that our members' best interests are advanced at all levels of government.  
Recently Introduced Legislation


     TRENTON, N.J. - People nearing the end of their lives will have more control of their care under legislation approved today by the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee. Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz sponsors the
bill ( S1109  /  A2144 ) allowing physician assistants to sign Practitioner Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment forms.

     "End of life care is a very personal concern," said Munoz (R-Union). "These can be the some of the most difficult decisions of a patient's life."

     The POLST form allows patients to state in their own words what their wishes are for end-of-life care. The form then becomes a medical order which must be followed by all providers.

     The decisions include whether to attempt resuscitation, administer IV fluids, use intubation and mechanical ventilation, and provide nutrition.

     Currently, the forms must be signed by a physician or advanced practice nurse to be valid. This bill expands the number of providers who may sign the form.

     Munoz' bill requires physician assistants to complete two credits of continuing education on topics related to end-of-life care.

     The Senate passed the bill unanimously in April, and still has to pass the full Assembly to be signed by the Governor to become law.