Green House Workshop
This event is a two-day workshop that takes place at the John Knox Village in Pompano Beach, Fla., home to several Green House homes. This event is an opportunity to learn more about phenomenon that has created nearly 300 homes in 32 states and set the standard for person-directed, relationship-rich living environments.
The first day of the workshop includes an overview of the Green House model and other services provided by the organization. In addition, you will find out how GHP partners with senior living providers, developers, and others to create real homes, meaningful lives, and empowered staff for people who need long-term and post-acute care.
Day two of the workshop takes a much deeper dive into the key factors that affect the development, financial viability, and ROI of Green House homes. This day is highly recommended for the following stakeholders who are ready to take the next steps toward developing the Green House model: senior living architects, developers, and experienced operators.
In addition to an examination of the evidence-based research behind Green House homes, participants will learn about its positive financial, clinical, and quality of life outcomes, as well as the following:
- The latest GHP services, tools, and resources, as well as insights into how and why it has garnered worldwide media attention;
- An understanding of GHP values and essential practices, and an exploration of how the model is reflected in various communities;
- An opportunity to speak with leadership and staff from an operating Green House community about their experiences;
- A review of the Green House 2.0 initiative and our Best Life dementia care approach; and
- A path forward for taking the next step toward bringing Green House homes to your community.
Both day one and two participants will be provided lunch, snacks, and refreshments. In addition, there will be an evening networking reception on day one of the event.
Registration for DAY ONE ONLY is $99 per person, which also includes a tour of a Green House home.
Registration for BOTH DAY ONE AND TWO is $495 for the first person from an organization and $375 for each subsequent individual from the same organization. Day two also includes a tour.
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This workshop will take place at the Lisner Louise Dickson Hurt Home in Washington, D.C., from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Attendees will get overview of the Green House model, its Best Life dementia approach, and other services provided by the organization. Lunch is provided.
Emi Kiyota, PhD, founder and director of Ibasho, an organization that facilitates the co-creation with elders of socially integrated, sustainable communities that value their elders, will explore how she works toward this mission and create resilient cities where elders are engaged and able to actively participate in their communities.
Many LGBT older adults are not comfortable with letting others know about their sexual orientation or gender identity. This first of a two-part series webinar examines how this affects those who are especially vulnerable--including those of advanced age, those living in poverty, people of color, and older adults living in rural areas. This webinar examines the complex issues surrounding how LGBT older adults have created ways to keep themselves safe over the years and how those accommodations impact their access to health care and social services.
This two-day workshop will take place at John Knox Village in Pompano Beach, Fla., on March 25 and 26, 2020. Day one of workshop consists of an overview of the Green House model and other services provided by the organization (incluing a tour of a Green House home), while day two takes a much deeper dive into the key factors that affect the development, financial viability, and ROI of Green House homes.
Coaching Supervision is a three-day, interactive course held at the Green House Project office exploring five facets of coaching leadership
· The roles of Coaching Leaders in Green House Homes
· Coaching skills
· The coaching mindset
· Coaching teams
· Applying research to support a collaborative coaching culture