National Adult Day Services Association Capitol Hill Day
Join us annually for an exciting opportunity to align with colleagues and be the voice for adult day services providers in Washington, DC. Event registration includes:
Networking dinner to meet each other, share ideas, dine together, prepare for legislative meetings
Breakfast and Public Policy Education Session
- Congressional Hill visits: NADSA will provide assistance with scheduling meetings with Congressional staff/members of Congress. The earlier you register, the better the scheduling options for meetings with your elected officials!
Read more about the NADSA Public Policy Agenda.
A look back…
Third Annual (2014)
Twenty three states were represented among the attendees in 2014, partaking in over 90 meetings with members of Congress, Senators, or their staff.
NADSA members Jennifer Dexter, Kerry Pendley and Lisa Peaters-Beumer are accompanied on legislative appointments by NADSA Public Policy Advisor Senator Roy Afflerbach (Retired)
NADSA Public Policy Co-Chair Simon Ortiz and Texas Senator Ted Cruz
NADSA Chair Chip Cromartie and Chair-Elect Lisa Peters-Beumer
Alex Krutansky, Joan Marie Granato, Eric Shaw, Conner Granato with Stephen Lieberman, Legislativ Correspondent for health care and related issues portpolio
Second Annual (2013)
States represented among the attendees in 2013 include the following: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Wisconsin.
Lisa Hawkins, Jeff Wright and Valerya Balannik with Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes at Capitol Hill Day 2013
Chip Cromartie, North Carolina
First Annual (2012)
States represented among the 2012 attendees include the following: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Carolina.
Lisa Peters-Beumer (IL) and Jennifer Dexter (D.C.) of Easter Seals, Inc.
Many thanks to Public Policy Co-Chair Peter Notarstefano who was a key leader in organizing the event and to the Alaska Adult Day Services Association and Wisconsin Adult Day Services Association for sponsoring scholarships for the event.