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NCAL Advocacy Webinar

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LaShuan Bethea, Executive Director of NCAL, Zach Shamberg, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Health Care Association, Heather Posthumus, Manager, Political and Grassroots, and Dana Ritchie, Associate Vice President of Constituency Services & Workforce, both from AHCA/NCAL will provide an update on the importance of advocacy, why assisted living providers should care about advocacy even though no national regulations, the key to building relationships with your Members of Congress, the latest in NCAL’s advocacy tools for assisted living providers, and up-to-date information on bills that impact assisted living.


LaShuan Bethea,  Executive Director of NCAL

Zach Shamberg, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Health Care Association

Heather Posthumus, Manager, Political and Grassroots

Dana Ritchie, Associate Vice President of Constituency Services & Workforce

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