As an ASRP of WA member you have the opportunity to directly support the association’s mission and growth. If you’d like to enhance your impact and influence, please consider joining one of the committees listed below. To join a committee, or simply learn more, please contact us.

  • Communications
  • Education
  • Ethics & Best Practices
  • Legislative
  • Membership

Committee Descriptions

Communications Committee
Co-Chair:Michelle Graham, Graham & Graham and Greg Cranford, Dedicated Care Solutions

  • Drive general communications to ASRP of WA members, including notification of upcoming events, monthly membership meetings, etc.
  • Develop and maintain ASRP of WA website –
  • Work closely with all ASRP of WA committees to foster best-in-class communications back to membership
  • Assist in the development of strategic communications as it relates to public relations, marketing, Executive Board, etc.

Education Committee
Chair: Lisa Satin, The Right Place Senior Options and Steve Garrett, CarePatrol

  • Work closely with the Membership and Legislative Committees to bring new and existing members up to date on all legislative issues
  • Coordinate with the Ethics & Best Practices Committee to identify current trends, opportunities and issues; train members as needed
  • Identify, schedule, and coordinate all speakers on relevant topics for monthly membership meetings
  • Develop a one-page overview outlining the purpose and function of ASRP of WA; distribute to social workers and other identified audiences

Ethics & Best Practices Committee
Chair: Abby Durr, Silver Age

  • Identify and define guidelines, ethics standards and/or ideas that address industry practices and represent the most efficient, prudent or ethical course of action
  • Present recommended guidelines and/or courses of action to the ASRP Executive Board for final approval
  • Once approved by the ASRP of WA Board, assist the Education Committee to disseminate the information to ASRP of WA membership
  • Review ethical issues that come up from time to time in the ASRP organization and make suggestions to the ASRP of WA Executive Board for the best courses of action

Legislative Committee
Chair: Heidi Sheldon, Options for Seniors

  • Identify and study all bills and legislative actions that are pertinent to the Senior Referral industry
  • Become familiar with all details both before or after second reading
  • Keep the ASRP of WA Executive Board informed of all legislative actions taking place in Olympia, WA
  • Work together with the ASRP of WA Executive Board to jointly determine necessary actions to effectively disseminate key information to all ASRP members
  • Attend legislative meetings that are pertinent to ASRP of WA
  • Members of this committee should have an interest in current events and local government

Membership Committee
Chair:Diane Lepsig

  • Define and identify companies that are appropriate for Professional and Affiliate membership
  • Contact and meet with the principles of identified companies to engage them in membership
  • Create literature to educate the public and potential members on the value of ASRP
  • Conduct periodic assessments (SWOT) to ensure membership development efforts are effective
  • Encourage all ASRP of WA members to be responsible for proposing new members as new members bring important benefits to the organization, including maintaining fresh ideas, interests, and energy
  • Members of this committee should enjoy working with people and have thorough knowledge of ASRP
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