The Afflerbach Group is fundamentally a networking public policy advocacy organization that focuses upon service to non-profit professional organizations. Simultaneously with assisting our client partners to achieve their immediate goals, we share with them the use of effective methodologies and techniques by which to achieve their future goals.
At The Afflerbach Group we take Lao Tsu's classic proverb to heart. It is our guide. We live it.
Roy Afflerbach, a former Pennsylvania State Senator, and Henry "Hank" Annoni a former public school teacher and administrator, are the principal public policy advisors of TAG. They bring decades of political, organizational, and educational advocacy experience to their client partners. Click on their photos for more individual information.
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At the Table for Our Partners...
NASUAD HCBS Conference
WDC, August 29th-Sep 1st
Speaker Animal Law Conference
Philadelphia, PA August 18th
NADSA Board Mtg
WDC, August 16th
OAPSA Stakeholders Mtg.
Harrisburg, PA July 28th
Speaker Animal Advocacy Through Legislation Philadelphia, PA July 26th
The Rest of the Story...
(News that doesn't make the front page)
"If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime."
Then Click Here to watch a follow-up roundtable discussion with Senator Afflerbach, Ray Landis and Diane Menio, Executive Director of the Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE) that was televised in January 2016.
Researchers from University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio found that an hour-long coaching session and three follow-up phone calls helped reduce hospital readmissions…
Registration is open for the National Adult Day Services Conference to be held in Indianapolis, IN, September 21-23, 2016.
For more information click here. Presentations and sessions will be announced in April. Be sure to become a member too! Benefits are amazing and there are many discounts! Click Here to view Senator Afflerbach participate in a televised roundtable with AARP PA Advocacy Manager Ray Landis and Lancaster County AAA Director Jackie Burch as they discuss the pending Commonwealth budget in May 2015 and its likely affect upon seniors. Click Here to learn how one ADS center initiated "Snoozeball" to help seniors become more active and benefit from exercise even when chair-bound!