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2005 Photos Page 2

"Working Together for Quality Long-Term Care," was the theme of the National Citizens' Coalition for Nursing Home Reform's 30th  Anniversary Annual Meeting held October 16 -19, 2005 in Arlington, Virginia. Ombudsmen, citizen advocates, residents, family members, elder law attorneys and other professionals came together to network, share best practices, and dialog with national experts on issues related to quality long term care.

Photos from the NCCNHR 30th Anniversary Annual Meeting
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Frank Bailey accepts the NCCNHR 30th Anniversary Appreciation award given in recognition for AARP's ongoing support during NCCNHR's 30 year history. The award was a framed copy of the winner of the 2005 Residents' Rights Week competition submitted by the residents of a Nursing Home in Alabama. (enlarged view)

 

 

Debbie McCabe holds the 30th Anniversary Appreciation Award given to attorney David Marks (Marks, Balette & Giessel) for support of NCCNHR that enabled the organization to be the resident voice on national long-term care issues. Another 30th Anniversary Award was given to Camille Keith and Southwest Airlines for their travel support that made it possible for NCCNHR staff to present across the country at conferences and meetings. (enlarged view)

 

  

Anna Spinella speaks out for residents at hill plenary. (view photo)

 

 

  

Barbara Hengstebeck, Robert Bronaugh,, Alice Hedt and Wayne Miller, Resident Council President at Manor Care Chevy Chase (seated center) (enlarged view)

     

Sue Wheaton presents Alice Hedt with "the Boot" for knowing when to "kick" agencies into action. (view photo)

    

Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home Resident Choir prepares to entertain guests at the Resident Empowerment banquet (enlarged view).

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