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Committees

Conference & Education

Composition of Members

  • Board Member Chair(s), appointed by PADSA President
  • At least two other members from the Board of Directors or general membership, selected by committee chair
  • No formal or informal limit on number of committee members

Responsibilities

  • Develop, organize, and implement educational opportunities for PADSA members
  • Recommend educational opportunities and resources for online store aimed for expanding adult day services
  • Develop annual conference

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Development

Composition of Members

  • Board Member Chair(s), appointed by PADSA President
  • At least two other members from the Board of Directors or general membership
  • No formal or informal limit on number of committee members

Responsibilities

  • Develop a plan for increasing revenue from non-dues sources
  • Spearhead fundraising and business sponsorship development for PADSA
  • Assist other committees as needed

Contact

Marketing

Composition of Members

  • Board Member Chair(s), appointed by PADSA President
  • No formal or informal limit on number of committee members

Responsibilities

  • Recommend an annual state strategy marketing agenda to the board for approval
  • In collaboration with other PADSA Committees, create materials that help members promote and grow their ADS businesses
  • Capitalize on cross-marketing opportunities to gain, engage and retain members

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Membership

Composition of Members

  • Board Member Chair(s), appointed by PADSA President
  • No formal or informal limit on number of committee members

Responsibilities

  • Suggest benefits, services, enhancements, and initiatives to increase PADSA membership and representation
  • Review and make recommendations for modification, if any, to the PADSA membership structure, benefits and rate adjustment

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Public Policy

Composition of Members

  • Board Member Chair(s), appointed by PADSA Chair
  • Lobbyist
  • Other members from the Board of Directors or general membership, per interest and expertise in public policy, selected by committee chair
  • No formal or informal limit on number of committee members

Responsibilities

  • Continually identity, evaluate, and monitor the social, political and environmental trends, issues and concerns which affect or could affect the adult day services community
  • Recommend an annual legislative agenda for board approval
  • Review pending bills of state/federal government that may affect the quality of life for stakeholders of adult day service centers
  • Suggest public policy information for dissemination to PADSA membership
  • Develop coalitions to advance improvements in and visibility of adult day services

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News & Highlights