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  • September 21, 2021
    The Results Are In: 2021 ASHA 50

    Click here for the 2021 ASHA 50, the definitive annual ranking of the nation’s largest 50 seniors housing real estate owners and operators.

    The five largest owners as of June 1, 2021 are: Welltower (69,549 units), Ventas Inc. (58,250 units), Brookdale (30,508 units), Diversified Healthcare Trust (25,598 units) and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital (22,363 units). The largest five operators in the U.S. include: Brookdale (57,596 units), LCS (34,867 units) Holiday Retirement (29,113 units), Sunrise Senior Living (27,556 units), and Five Star Senior Living (25,921 units).

    This year’s supplement includes a feature article about ASHA at 30, an interview with ASHA Executive Board member Mary Leary, CEO of Mather, feature stories about the State of Seniors Housing and ASHA’s government relations efforts, and much more.

    The ASHA 50 has been produced annually since 1994 and is considered to be the authoritative source for market-rate senior living ownership and management.

  • June 16, 2021
    New Special Issue Brief Now Available

    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 here.

  • May 20, 2021
    ASHA Responds to Biden Administration Infrastructure Plan

    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 care financing system to better meet the needs of aging Americans, including Veterans and those with limited financial resources.  Read more about ASHA’s response to the Biden Administration plan.

  • April 6, 2021
    ASHA Meets with Members of Congress and Staff Seeking Additional Relief

    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.

  • March 18, 2021
    ASHA Continues Advocacy Related to Relief and Vaccine Prioritization

    The American Seniors Housing Association continues to press policymakers for needed financial relief related to COVID-19 costs and expense, and is also asking that the Biden Administration make available prioritized access to vaccine for new workers and residents in senior living communities.  Read more about ASHA’s reaction to an announcement from the Department of Health and Human Services related to government funding for COVID testing in senior living and long-term care.