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Firman has served in several national leadership roles, including Chair of the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations, Board Chair of the National Human Services Assembly, and Chair of the Independent Sector's National Advisory Committee on Charting Social Impact.
As a result, SAGE is working closely with influential mainstream senior coalitions like the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations to help assure the bill's support.
Initiated by the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations, of which APHA is a member, the letter noted that for "many Americans over the age of 50, but not yet eligible for Medicare, the cost of health insurance is prohibitively high.
SAGE is the first LGBT member of the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations.
WASHINGTON, July 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As the deadline to raise the debt ceiling nears, the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations (LCAO) is calling on Executive and Congressional leadership to address the deficit in a balanced way that would protect America's elders.
As a member of the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations, APHA signed onto a June letter to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Mark McClellan, explaining that the requirement, which went into effect July 1, could be "potentially disastrous to many seniors, people who suffer from Alzheimer's or dementia and those in long-term care facilities.
The American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, however, has taken a stronger stance in opposition to the budget bill, allying with AARP and other members of the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations to attack all of the provisions that reduce federal support to the elderly.
Goldberg knows how far many have come -- as AAHSA president since 1982, Goldberg has increased the Association's financial and credentialing support for its 5,000 non-profit members, enhanced their presence in long-term care policy development, and recently become chairman of the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations.