Southern California Chapter

Southern California Chapter of AASC

Chapter Officers

President, Karina Barragán
TELACU Residential Management, Commerce

Vice President, Kathleen Keating
HumanGood, Valencia

Secretary, Meka N. Brown
Adobe Communities, Los Angeles

Treasurer, Judy Shaw
Retirement Housing Foundation, Long Beach

Member-at-Large, Jo Stephanie Francisco
Silvercrest Management, Rancho Palos Verdes

San Diego Group Chair, Tracey Davis
Wakeland Housing and Development, San Diego

Information Specialist, Yoselinda Linares
TELACU Residential Management, Los Angeles

 


 

 

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Next Chapter Meeting -- March 11

Date:
March 11

Time:
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Location:
TELACU Courtyard, 42 E. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA 91103

Parking: Available nearby at various rates

RSVP: Contact Meka Brown by March 6 and note your preference for vegetarian options

Handouts from the June 5, 2019 Meeting

Conflict Resolution: Dealing with Difficult People & Difficult Situations - Ruben Rivera-Jackman

Creating Save & Inclusive Services for LGBT Older-Adults - Ruben Rivera-Jackman

Embracing Cultural Diversity - Ruben Rivera-Jackman

Mental Health Crisis Planning - Ruben Rivera-Jackman

Building the Four T's of Resident Engagement: Trust, Time, Transparency & Technology - Ruben Rivera-Jackman

 

Handouts from the March 13, 2019 Meeting

Expanding CalFresh to SSI Recipients in Summer 2019 -Trinh Phan

Documentation - Madelyne Pfieffer

Advance Planning & Estate Issues for Low-Income Seniors -Nick Levenhagen

 

Handouts from the December 5, 2018 Meeting

Independence at Home - Mila Lillien

Justice in Aging, Intestate Program - Denny Chan

Veterans Affairs - Andrew Watson

 

Resources

Protect Seniors from Healthcare Fraud and Abuse
California’s Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) helps Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries avoid, detect and report healthcare fraud. They both protect beneficiaries and help preserve the integrity of the Medicare and Medicaid programs by recovering and avoiding the billions of dollars typically lost to healthcare fraud each year.