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April 5th 
Looking to the Future…While Learning from the Past
The Future of Senior Living and Aging Services

Bob Kramer, Founder and Fellow, Nexus Insights, and Co-Founder and Strategic Advisor of National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC)  

What do COVID, the shift of health care to home, the move to value based care, the focus on engagement, the longevity bonus, the demand for transparency and the "next generation" customer have to do with the future of senior living and aging services?  What are the lessons to be learned from COVID, the workforce crisis, the challenge of affordability, the crisis in consumer confidence, and the "selling" of care as our value proposition? Nationally renowned advisor to the aging services field, Bob Kramer will answer these questions and more! 

April 6th

Reflect, Recharge and Reclaim: From collective trauma to
post-traumatic growth 

Susan Wehry, MD, Chief of Geriatrics at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Director of AgingME, Maine's Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP).

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone but perhaps none more than those living or working in senior living and long-term care settings. For more than two years we’ve experienced unprecedented levels of challenge and stress... Is it any wonder we’re tired? In this presentation, we'll look at the nature of collective trauma, the brain's negativity bias and how to overcome it, and ways to grow individually and collectively to build momentum for the future.  


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CEUs
 

LeadingAge Maine & New Hampshire is a Certified Sponsor of continuing
education with the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards
(NAB). This program has been submitted for Continuing Education 8.25 participant hours by NAB/NCERS.

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