2020 Webinar Series
2020 Webinar Series
Our webinars seek to break the boundaries of traditional senior living models to create truly person-centered environments with expertise and thought leadership that is both provocative and grounded in reality. With this mind, the 2020 Webinar Series is focused on the following topics:
Dementia and Memory Care
Innovation & Small-House Models
As always, Green House Partners are able to enjoy our webinars at no cost, and can obtain a discount by contacting Janet Wright HERE. Following is the 2020 webinar schedule (unless stated otherwise, all webinars begin at 3:00 p.m. Eastern):
NOTE: While all webinars are live, all registrants receive links to the recorded versions for later viewing at thier own convenience.
Jan. 14: Beyond Antipsychotics and 'Non-Pharmacological Interventions': A Well-Being Approach -- Watch it HERE!
Jan. 23: Lead through the Lens of Love: How to Create a Compelling Workforce Culture -- Register and Watch HERE!
Jan. 30: From Crisis to Comfort: Shifting Dementia Care by Giving Voice to All with Lori La Bey, Founder of Alzheimer's Speaks -- Register and Watch HERE!
Feb. 6: Memory Care Deconstructed Part 1: Practical Pathways to Dementia Inclusion -- Register and Watch HERE!
Feb. 12: Memory Care Deconstructed Part 2: Best Practices from the Provider Community -- Register and Watch HERE!
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.