KSLA and members of our Association had an educational and productive day in Frankfort on Wednesday, March 5.
We began our day with Kelley Abell from The Rotunda Group, and Representative Deanna Frazier. Rep. Frazier has served as the Co-Chair of the Alzheimer's and Dementia Workforce Assessment Task Force.
We were excited to have the opportunity to meet newly appointed Commissioner Victoria Elridge from DAIL. And later, we were joined by the new Kentucky Inspector General, Adam Mather. We look forward to working with both of these agency leaders in the future.
All of the leaders who addressed our group stressed how important it is for KSLA and its membership to build trust and relationships with legislators. Several of our Provider members had great meetings with their Senators and Representatives and shared information with them about the senior living industry in Kentucky. These meetings and relationships will prove valuable should a future need arise where we must enlist their support in passing legislature related to senior living in Kentucky.
We were pleased to have Hannah Bruenderman, Director of Business Development at PCA Pharmacy, join us for our day in Frankfort (pictured here with Bob White, KSLA Executive Director and Gil Shew, Executive Director of McCready Manor). We look forward to spending some more time with Hannah and other representatives from PCA Pharmacy at our upcoming Conference, where PCA is one of four premier sponsors!
Thank you to ALL the members who joined us for KSLA Day in Frankfort. We appreciate your time and efforts to forge meaningful relationships with our legislators for the betterment of senior living in Kentucky!