I spent a year, as president of the Assisted Living Federation of America, doing battle with consumer colleagues on the Assisted Living Workgroup, established by the Senate's Special Committee on Aging.
What does ALW stand for?
ALW stands for Assisted Living Workgroup
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We have 26 other meanings of ALW in our Acronym Attic
- Advanced Low Voltage Technology CMOS
- Authentic Louis Vuitton Universe (trademark of authenticity)
- Adjusted Loaded Vehicle Weight
- Advanced Laboratory Workstation
- Air Launched Weapon
- Air-Land Warfare
- Airlift Wing
- Andrew Lloyd Webber
- Assisted Living Waiver (various states)
- Average Live Weight
- Walla Walla, WA, USA (Airport Code)
- Abundant Life Worship Center (Whippany, NJ)
- Accelerated Low Water Corrosion
- Advanced Low Water Corrosion
- Austin Living Wage Coalition (Austin, TX)
- Association of Legal Writing Directors
- African Lion Working Group (Warmbaths, South Africa)
- Afro-Latino Working Group (University of California, Berkeley)
- Alabama Wing (Civil Air Patrol)
Samples in periodicals archive:
AAHSA had a lead role in the Assisted Living Workgroup, a group of nearly 50 organizations that came together beginning in 2001 to develop recommendations designed to ensure more consistent quality assisted living services.
CEAL is a non-profit collaborative which grew out of the work of the Assisted Living Workgroup, an initiative of the US Senate Committee on Aging to develop recommendations for high quality assisted living.
Grape: We will continue to communicate and foster dialogue with other Assisted Living Workgroup organizations and update our legislative agenda more specifically after Janet has had a chance to settle in.
Although deep philosophical differences prevented the nearly 50-organization Assisted Living Workgroup (MW) from agreeing even on a common definition of assisted living, much less on all of the organizations' recommendations, the ALW billed its report to the U.
These stakeholders--comprising almost 50 groups representing assisted living providers, aging-advocacy and healthcare-related organizations, regulators, and other interested parties--formed the Assisted Living Workgroup (ALW, www.
In assisted living, the Assisted Living Workgroup established by the Senate's Special Committee on Aging has the potential to develop a 'new paradigm' to regulation, one focused more on outcomes and customer satisfaction than on process and procedure.
On April 16, the Senate Special Committee on Aging held a one-day hearing on the progress of the Assisted Living Workgroup established at its request by providers and self-proclaimed consumer advocates.