National Association of Senior Advocates Expands To All Fifty States To Stop Fraud and Unethical Business Practices Aimed at Older Adults
Fulton, Maryland The National Association of Senior Advocates (NAOSA) is today proud to announce that they are expanding to cover all fifty states of the United States. The organization advocates for both older adults and the ethical professionals who work with them. The company, which prides itself in being both a pro-business and pro-consumer organization, is attracting ethical professionals throughout the country who are passionate about working with seniors.
The National Association of Senior Advocates was founded due to the frustration the founder and other advisory board members had with unethical business practices targeted at older adults. With the growing senior population, more and more people are at risk. Advisory board members include those from both the private and public sector, including Anthony J. Zagami, Esquire, former General Counsel of the Government Printing Office and Past Chair of the Senate United States Senate Credit Union; Denis P. ODonovan, former top advisor to numerous United States Senate Committees and Director of Government Affairs for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation and Public Health/Congressional Mission Advocate for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Katherine Thornton, former Deputy Chief of Staff at the Social Security Administration.
The founder, Anthony L. Cinotti, started his career in the insurance business, working with MetLife, and others. He recently served seven years at the 14th largest continuing care retirement community organization in the country, Asbury Methodist Village, a part of Asbury Communities, Inc.
Having worked in the insurance business in the 90s, I saw a lot of bad stuff going on that I just did not agree with, said Anthony L. Cinotti of the National Association of Senior Advocates. Recently at Asbury, I witnessed first-hand business practices of professionals who I referred to that just made my skin crawl. I wasnt an expert in these professions, so I had no clue. This is a common dilemma with most professions. Its not just the illegal scams that we are targeting; its also all the legal stuff that happens every day. People are getting ripped off by both white collar and blue collar businesses every day. There is so much misinformation out there; people are confused. And you cant rely on online rating services or other lists found on the internet. Its hard to tell who is telling the truth and who isnt anymore. To fight this battle; the National Association of Senior Advocates has established industry best practices called the NAOSA Gold Standards of Professional Practice. These best practices are pro-ethical business and pro-consumer. There shouldnt be a conflict; there are plenty of ethical pros who treat their clients right.
The National Association of Senior Advocates is an organization created to help protect older adults from unethical business practices, which if anything seems to be increasing in frequency. The organization has recently expanded and expects to provide advice and support in all fifty states.
Company Name: National Association Of Senior Advocates
Contact Person: Anthony Cinotti
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Country: United States