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Exciting time for TRLA as we launch an additional monthly meeting to be held in Alamance County. We had our first official meeting at Cedar Ridge in Burlington. Thank you Jeff and Steve for you outstanding hospitality. We had over 50 people in attendance showing...read more
On July 24, 2019 Carolina Pines was the recipient of a grant provided by Second Wind Dreams. The grant allowed more than 75 staff members to experience sensitivity training enabling them to better care for residents with dementia. Three of our own staff also became...read more
Triad Retirement Living Association (TRLA)
The Triad Retirement Living Association (TRLA) serves as an educational, referral and networking resource for members and the community regarding senior retirement services.
TRLA is an unincorporated association that was founded for the public good and operates specifically to support and educate the senior citizens and their families in the community through special program activities.
TRLA was also founded for the good of the individuals who serve senior citizens in the community and specifically to support and educate those Members by providing networking, educational and marketing opportunities. Membership is comprised of senior service industry professionals and affiliate members that serve seniors.
TRLA is an important vehicle through which individuals organize and work together to improve the senior community and society.
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Calendar of Events
A look at what’s happening with TRLA and our members.
To show our appreciation for being valued partner, we are inviting you to stop by Heritage Greens for a relaxing afternoon of pampering in a spa-like atmosphere, while we treaty to a much deserved 15 minute chair massage. Light refreshments including hydrating cucumber infused water. Please RSVP by August 19 to reserve your personal massage.
Join Trellis Supportive Care on Wednesday September 4th. Veterans Coffee. Speaker will be Edward Graham, West Point Graduate, Major, US Army Ranger, retired. Please invite Desert Storm and “War on Terror” era veterans to join us for this very special event. Trellis Supportive Care is the sponsor, event will be held at Richard Childress Racing Center.
Alamance County Parkinson’s Support Group, Brunch and Learn. We will meet in the Terrace at Twin Lakes Community. For more information, please contact Cherese Wolfe, MSW, LCSW at 336-538-1501. The Alamance County Parkinson’s Support Group meets the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30 am at Twin Lakes Community.
Annual Meeting 2019 Medicaid Transformation
Thursday Sept. 5, 9 am – 4 pm
Change is coming to Medicaid in North Carolina, a program that serves approximately 2.2 million people. Under Medicaid transformation, North Carolina will be contracting with Prepaid Health Plans to provide physical health benefits and services for a capitated, or fixed, amount per enrollee. Prepaid Health Plans will begin delivering services in regions selected for the first phase of implementation on November 1, 2019 with the second phase of implementation beginning February 1, 2020. Stakeholders across health care, consumer advocacy, public health, social services, and other sectors have many questions about what this new system will look like. We will gather policy makers, experts, and those implementing these changes together for discussions across a range of topics. Please come and engage in the discussions about these important changes to North Carolina’s Medicaid program.
At this year’s NCIOM Annual Meeting, we will hear about how consumers will navigate the transition to managed care, the Medicaid Healthy Opportunities Pilots, the NCCARE360 resource platform, plans for monitoring, oversight, evaluation, and issues relevant to some of the special populations served through Medicaid in North Carolina. We’ll also hear from representatives from each of the Medicaid Prepaid Health Plans.
NCIOM’s Annual Meeting will explore how North Carolina’s Medicaid system is transforming from fee-for-service to managed care and how these changes aim to improve the health and well-being of individuals enrolled in the program.
McKimmon Conference Center
1101 Gorman Street
Raleigh, NC 27606
Executive Director, Families USA
Secretary, NC Department of Health and Human Services
Founding Partner, Speire Healthcare Strategies
Former Director, Ohio Department of Medicaid
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