Friday, December 15, 2006
LTC Comment: We
wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, a Joyous New Year and
all-around Season's Greetings.
Due to staff vacations (Damon's going snowboarding
with friends at Sun Valley), LTC Bullets and E-Alerts will
be offline this coming week. We'll
see whether events and the news call for our publishing during the last
week of the year, one we usually take off from putting out the dailies.
I'll use this down time to focus on finishing our
Texas study report which promises to be one of the Center's most
dramatic state-level reviews of LTC public policy ever.
Wait 'til you see it!
got our work cut out for us in 2007.
Last year at this time, we were on the edge of our seats waiting
to see whether the Deficit Reduction Act would pass.
the tension and potential reside in whether the DRA will be preserved by
a new Democratic Congress, implemented by the states, enforced by the
feds, publicized by the media and used successfully by LTCi producers
and reverse mortgage lenders to convince more Americans of the need for
actively promote all those goals, but we need your continued
support. If you can see
your way clear to help the Center for Long-Term Care Reform with a
financial contribution, we'd be much obliged.
Annual individual memberships are $150.
Corporate memberships to bring our publications to everyone in
your organization or company are negotiable.
If you have a budget for subscriptions, our LTC Bullets
and E-Alerts would surely qualify.
Probably the Center would be a business expense for your tax
purposes. Check with your CPA.
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Thank you for being there for the Center and for our shared
mission: to ensure access
to quality long-term care for all Americans.
The Center for Long-Term Care Reform wishes you a wonderful holiday season and a terrific New Year. We look forward to continuing our work with you on behalf of America's seniors, their families, and long-term care professionals--all of whom are struggling in the face of so many challenges.