Fritzi Gros-Daillon, Chief Advocacy Officer for Age Safe® America had the pleasure to be one of the speakers at this years California Association for Health Services at Home Conference. Fritzi had an opportunity to meet many other passionate and dedicated professionals as well as several engaging speakers and thought leaders throughout the industry. She also had a chance to meet a regional representative of one of our national partners, Connect America®.

“Tough Love for Baby Boomers” was the topic for Fritzi’s speech at the California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH) Annual Conference in Monterey, CA on May 23rd. Her audience of home care company owners and other professionals resonated with the Age Safe America message that Grab Bars Are The New Seatbelts as one of the key points in the presentation. This message works for company owners to reduce the risk to clients and their employees. The need for frankness is vital to encouraging boomers to create safe home environments for themselves and family members.

The 2018 Annual Conference & Expo in beautiful Monterey was sponsored by the California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH) and by the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association (CHAPCA). The California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH) is a nonprofit association representing California’s home care providers. Established in 1966, CAHSAH is one of the oldest and largest state home care associations with a long tradition of service dedicated to promoting quality home care and enhancing the effectiveness of the home care industry.

CAHSAH represents over 950 provider locations of Medicare Certified and licensed home health agencies, hospices, providers of non-medical personal care service in the home, home infusion pharmacies, and over 100 affiliate members including suppliers of products, computer companies, consulting firms, and insurance providers. CAHSAH is dedicated to being the preeminent source of advocacy, education and information reflecting the full diversity of the home care industry.