Member Services

We believe that DC’s not-for-profit aging services organizations need a strong, convincing and unified voice.  LeadingAge DC members work collectively and openly to share best practices to help improve the field.  As not-for-profits, we are driven by quality and as such we share information to better inform the field. It’s not just for our residents – we want to impact the world to make it a better place for seniors and their family members – from very low income and beyond.

  • Advocacy.  LeadingAge DC tracks legislation and regulatory updates to make sure that policy makers understand how changes will impact our members and the people they serve.   Through our partnership with LeadingAge, we have national representation in DC with deep connections to policy makers.
  • Education.  Our culture of shared learning will offer opportunities for members to learn together through in-person and virtual educational offerings.
  • Listservs.  The LeadingAge listservs are for members to interact directly asking for help and sharing information – best practices, marketing plans, policies, contracts, vendor contacts, etc.
  • Newsletters. The LeadingAge DC and LeadingAge newsletters help to inform the field and share members stories and best practices.
  • Committees. Service on LeadingAge DC committees are encouraged in order to share knowledge and help shape our agenda around areas such as leadership development, education and advocacy.
  • Peer Networks.  DC-based networks will provide face-to-face and virtual peer-to-peer education.
  • Technical Assistance. Access to experts who will provide technical assistance — and just a phone call away.
  • Resources.  Keep up to date on the latest best practices, innovations, regulatory and legislative updates as well as great things your fellow members are doing through our website.
  • Discounts.  Your membership means access to high quality education with continuing education credits and discounts at the state and national meetings.
  • Innovation. Focus on innovation to help improve the field through the latest research and findings from  the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) and the LeadingAge Center for Applied Research.