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With much deliberation, thought, and desire to meet needs of those we serve, we have decided to cancel the dementia symposium and Green House conference scheduled from May 18 to 20, 2020 in Little Rock, Ark. 

Please check back here for details about a virtual symposium that will be held sometime this summer.

With the theme of Ready for Impact!, the 2020 Green House Conference, May 18 to 20 in Little Rock, Ark., will feature dynamic keynotes from thought-provoking
leaders inside and outside the field of senior living.JMAY636 copy (1)-min.jpg Highly relevant breakout sessions, roundtables, and TED-style talks will prepare GHP partners, sponsors, and supporters for the impact of a new decade.
 
Joycelyn Elders, MD, the 15th U.S. Surgeon General, will be the opeelders_joycelyn(300).jpgning keynote presenter on May 19, following the close of our new dementia-focused symposium. She and other former Surgeons General are speaking out in an effort to call attention to the rapid rise of dementia, which they consider to be a "top public health crisis."
 
This year, we are excited to introduce Beyond Memory Care: A Dementia Well-Being Approach, a symposium that is open to all senior living, memory care, and aging services professionals interested in forward-thinking approaches to dementia care. For more details about this event, click HERE.
 
The closing keynote speaker is Lori Porter, co-founder and CEO of the National Association of Health Care Assistants (NAHCA). NAHCA is the only organization that seeks to elevate the professional standing and performance of caregivers through recognition, advocacy, education, and empowerLori Porter.jpgment. Lori's unique presentation style has her audiences laughing, crying, and most importantly, inspired to take action. Turnover, team buidling and employee morale is her specialty. Lori's dedication to long term care is second to none. She is known as the master motivator and has led the transformation from workforce to CareForce across the nation.
 
Please note that while any senior living professional may attend the symposium on May 18, the Green House Conference (May 19 and 20) is open only to designated Green House adopters and partners. 
 

Al Power photo.jpgNEW: Dementia Symposium on Day 1

We are excited to introduce Beyond Memory Care: A Dementia Well-Being Approach, a new event that will kick off the 2020 Green House Conference on May 18, with Al Power, MD, as the keynote speaker and emcee.
 
Beyond Memory Care is on Day 1 of the Green House Conference and is open to all aging services professionals. Green House Partner registration includes attendance to the symposium. 
 

The Green House Conference: Little Rock, May 18 to 20, 2020

Click Here to Register


Become a 2020 Green House Sponsor

2020 Green House Sponsors not only increase their branding power among senior living professionals, but more importantly, they become a part of our ongoing efforts to improve elder care and empower care partners across the country and around the world. 

Click HERE for our Sponsor Prospectus.

The Green House Annual Meeting gives me the opportunity to learn, grow, and share with others, enabling us to collectively work towards a better future of elderhood.

Stephanie Thomas, shahbaz, Green Hill, West Orange, NJ

“The energy level and quality of information exchanged was very targeted and helpful.”

Keith Knapp, CEO, Christian Cares Community

“The chance to brainstorm, swap ideas and stories with others who are passionate about elders, and the future of elder care, was an invaluable experience.”

Mimi Devinny, Activities Director, St. John's Penfield

“The Green House Annual Meeting and Celebration was a great opportunity to network with peers from all over the country and discuss the joys, challenges, and unique situations that arise in working in the Green House model.”

Mimi Devinny, Activities Director, St. John's Penfield