Leading Age has announced a new discreet assessment and referral service called LeadingAge 911.
LeadingAge 911 gives members quick access to a select group of peers and business members to help members evaluate a possible financial crisis and refer them to experts who can potentially help them develop a plan for recovery.
LeadingAge retained James Emerson, former chief executive officer of Westminster Communities of Florida to work with its members. He has extensive experience in development, management, mergers, acquisitions, and consulting in the not-for-profit sector.
Working with Jim is Steve Maag, director of residential communities for LeadingAge. Steve is an attorney with expertise in CCRC's, housing, financing, and the legalities involved with aging services financing.
Here's how LeadingAge 911 works:
- Step 1: If you believe your organization is facing financial crisis, call Steve Maag at 888-310-4580. Steve will gather basic information and get you in touch with Jim.
- Step 2: Jim will meet with you by phone or visit to assess your situation, put together with one or more experts to pay you a one-day visit, if necessary, and give you his and/or the team's recommendations.
This service is free to members, except for reimbursement of Jim's or team member's travel if a visit is merited. Any continuing relationship with any of the parties involved becomes a matter of agreement between members and the other parties.
Leading Age believes this is a necessary program because members sometimes face financial pressures for any number of reasons, often outside of their control and the ability to turn to peers and experts that know these situations well and want to help successfully resolve them can be of great value.
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