COVID-19 and The State of Resident Engagement in 2021

Webinar

COVID-19 and The State of Resident Engagement in 2021

COVID-19DementiaLife EnrichmentQuality of Life

Live Webinar: Tuesday, January 5th, from 1pm – 2pm EST

This session will help the audience understand the impact of COVID-19 on activities and life enrichment and explore the best practices and methods to address preferences of senior living residents so they live with purpose. Taking a data driven approach from various care settings and levels of expertise, the presented analysis will offer a unique understanding on where the challenges and opportunities stand. The presentation will use exclusive data taken from the first of its kind Resident Engagement Index Score (REIS) released by the #ActivitiesStrong Initiative in August 2020.This session will explore how providers, caregivers, residents and family members are partnering to enhance resident engagement, no matter a person’s current interests or ability. Whether you are a front-line caregiver, a manager or someone overseeing resident engagement at a corporate level, this session will provide you with exclusive insights and access to actionable data in a COVID-19 world and beyond.

Participants who join will:
Understand the impact of COVID-19 on 2021 resident engagement efforts and the senior living business
Examine COVID-19 challenges facing the field of engagement and explore the aspirations of the care partner, the resident and their families
Create and implement person-centered and effective resident engagement strategies within the context of COVID-19 while considering sustainable Net Operating Income (NOI) driven requisites

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Charles de Vilmorin
CEO and Co-Founder
Linked Senior

Charles de Vilmorin is passionate about honoring the older adult in our society. From his master’s thesis on nursing homes and memory care, to his close connections with the older adults in his family, to creating and leading Linked Senior, a resident engagement platform for senior living, he is an advocate for the person-centered movement. With Linked Senior, he has more than twelve years of experience building solutions that value meaningful engagement to meet the changing needs and preferences of every older adult. Charles is on the board of the Validation Training Institute that promotes the Validation Method, work of Naomi Feil and on the Innovation Council for AMDA, the American Medical Doctor Association. He also started the Old People are Cool initiative to combat rampant ageism in our society and build intergenerational conversations and collaboration.