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Designing the Future of Long-Term Care

While the pandemic news has been quiet recently, we must not forget the death and devastation that Covid 19 brought upon congregate care.

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Understanding how this happened, without hand-wringing or other unproductive reactions, is the beginning of the solution. To fix a problem it’s necessary first to understand it.

In this fast-moving program, we will cover a history of the key failures and how we might reimagine them:

  • Aging & Residential Options; how did we get here?
  • Cookie Cutter Solutions; how to redesign physical centers
  • Why Size Matters: The design & economics of new, “small house” models

Let’s recognize opportunities to design facilities and programs for the future in this live webinar with Q&A at the end.

Where No One Wants to Go

One constant for the past 60 years has been the cultural guilt associated with “putting” Granny in a “home” (as though she were a potted plant).

Nursing homes, care homes, board & care homes and other congregate centers are the only available go-to solutions for “sandwich generation” families faced with life’s daunting triple-threat:

1. Keeping both prime-age working adults employed;

2. Being perfect parents, and;

3. Taking care of Granny.

The family dynamics and emotional trials of recognizing the need for, and selecting a congregate care facility are so bad, there have been television satires and movies about it.

Does it have to be that way? We need to redesign the future of long-term care.

A Question-and-Answer period follows the 45-minute presentation for the exchange of ideas.

Join us on November 2nd at 12:00 to 1:00 PM EDT and don’t miss your chance for access to these market-leading insights!

Long-term, congregate care facilities – especially nursing homes – are at the bottom of the social & healthcare food chain. We'll talk about how we can battle these social stigmas and redesign facilities & programs for a better long-term future.

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Long-term care facilities should be considered much more important than just a place to put granny or a last resort.

This webinar will cover topics that help you:

  • Understand the trends driven by aging and the economy
  • Discover novel solutions to making physical environment improvements
  • Learn how to ‘make the number work’
  • Uncover ways we can improve the options in long-term care

A Question-and-Answer period follows the 45-minute presentation for the exchange of ideas.

When: Tuesday November 2 at 12:00 PM EDT.

Whether you are a decision-maker for a nursing home, assisted living or other senior care organization, attend this webinar to hear an open discussion about how we got here, what needs to happen now, and what long-term care facilities of the future should look like.

This session will be recorded, including participants’ questions and answers, and will be made available to participants after the webinar for further review and sharing.

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Designing the Future of Long Term Care
November 2nd, 2021
12:00 PM EDT

PANEL OF EXPERTS:

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Irving Stackpole

With decades of experience, Irving Stackpole is the President of Stackpole & Associates, Inc., a marketing, research, and sales training firm. Founded in 1991, Stackpole & Associates applies scientific marketing principles to develop practical solutions to clients’ challenges. Stackpole & Associates works collaboratively with clients to create innovative and practical solutions to the challenges facing organizations in the rapidly changing long term care markets.

“We measurably improve relationships among providers, consumers and intermediaries in seniors’ housing and care.”

Connect with him on LinkedIn here.

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Susan Ryan

Senior Director of The Green House Project

Susan has spent over 25 years working with elders as a nurse and change agent. She has worked in a variety of eldercare settings and helped to lead her previous organization’s transformation to culture change by assessing industry innovation and developing strategic and educational protocols.

“I build positive partnerships in the healthcare community that will promote the well-being of elders, and transform the field of aging.”

Find out more about Susan here

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Jamie Timoteo

Principal, Plante Moran Moving Forward

Jamie specializes in providing data-driven advice to senior living communities as they plan for the future. Jamie works closely with the entire development team, including the architects and construction managers, to ensure clients’ projects meet their financial expectations and overall mission. To help drive a more operationally efficient building while also delivering an attractive product, Jamie provides insights that keep both the operator and the resident at the forefront during design and construction.

“At Plante Moran Living Forward, there is a personal commitment to building and maintaining client relationships by exceeding their expectations at every turn of the process.”

Connect with Jamie on LinkedIn here

WHY THIS WEBINAR: : Would you want to stay in a Hilton or Marriott that hadn’t been updated for 40 years? Why are there so few types of buildings? Apply that to Long-Term Care and we see the problem!

Is there a way to re-focus and design long-term care facilities for a brighter future? We believe there is!

We need to redesign the future of long-term care. Join us.

Tuesday November 2nd at 12:00 PM EDT for a webinar and open discussion with more examples and insight.

Facilitated by Irving Stackpole with Susan Ryan, and Jamie Timoteo.

Whether you are a decision-maker for a nursing home, assisted living or other senior care organization, attend this webinar to hear an open discussion about how we got here, what needs to happen now, and what long-term care facilities of the future should look like.

This session will be recorded, including participants’ questions and answers, and will be made available to participants after the webinar for further review and sharing.

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Designing the Future of Long Term Care
November 2nd, 2021
12:00 PM EDT

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Stackpole & Associates is a marketing, research & strategy consulting firm focused on healthcare and seniors’ services markets. Irving can be reached directly at istackpole@stackpoleassociates.com.

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