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Welcome to the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA). Created in 1991, ASHA represents the interests of more than 500 companies involved in the finance, development and operation of the full spectrum of housing and services for seniors – including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and continuing care (or life plan) communities. ASHA primarily focuses on legislative and regulatory advocacy, research, and educational opportunities and networking for senior living executives.
The American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) has released a new Special Issue Brief that was prepared in concert with ATI Advisory, entitled Assisted Living: An Important Option for Providing LTSS in the Community. Copies of the Brief can be purchased through the ASHA Bookstore at www.ashaliving.org. To read about the Special Issue Brief please click […]Read more about New Special Issue Brief Now Available
The American Seniors Housing Association shared its perspectives on the Biden Infrastructure proposal with U.S. Senate and House leaders on May 19. ASHA’s infrastructure recommendations focus on elements within the proposed plan to expand the Medicaid Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) program, workforce development and immigration reform, and the need for an improved long-term […]Read more about ASHA Responds to Biden Administration Infrastructure Plan
The American Seniors Housing Association held a Senior Living Strong Virtual Fly-In with over 40 key members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate and their staff. The meetings took place the week of March 29 and continue the week of April 5. Read more about ASHA’s Senior Living Strong Fly-In.Read more about ASHA Meets with Members of Congress and Staff Seeking Additional Relief