The State of Resident Engagement in 2020

On-Demand Webinars: The State of Resident Engagement in 2020

The State of Resident Engagement in 2020

Life EnrichmentNon-Drug Therapeutic StrategiesQuality of Life

Recorded on: 01/14/2020

Live Webinar: Tuesday, January 14th from 1pm – 2pm EST

As you prepare for a new decade of resident engagement, there are new strategies for optimizing resident engagement that present exciting opportunities for senior care providers to engage each of their residents in a meaningful way every day, beyond the standard 3 Bs: Bingo, Bible & Birthday. A national Linked Senior survey of more than 300 activity directors uncovered new data on the challenging part of their work and what prevents them from engaging their residents in a meaningful way. Coming from various care settings and levels of expertise, the aggregate data offers a unique understanding on where the challenges and opportunities stand. This webinar will explore how many 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 webinar will provide you with exclusive insights and access to actionable data.


  1. Understand a unique perspective on where the resident engagement field is currently and what the landscape for 2020 looks like
  2. Examine the types of challenges currently facing the field of engagement and explore the aspirations of the caregiver, the resident and their families
  3. Learn about best practices through practical case studies and see what the future may hold for engagement


Listen to the recording here.

*All attendees at the live event will receive 1-hour of NCCAP, NAB and NCCDP CEU credits for this webinar.

Charles de Vilmorin
Linked Senior

Charles de Vilmorin is the co-founder and CEO of Linked Senior, a resident engagement platform for senior care.

Charles 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.