From his new book, “Right Place, Right Time”, Ryan Frederick talks with Bob Kramer about the opportunity for providers to achieve long-term success.
Steve talks with Dana Griffin and Emily Lerner about how to create serious, meaningful, intergenerational experiences for older people.
Joel Theisen, CEO of Lifesprk, and Dr. Bill Thomas are committed to making senior living “Better Living” for older people.
Rachel Hill, the newest addition to the Foresight team, talks about the role of social media in growing our presence in senior living.
Friendship Village CEO Brian Lawrence talks with Steve Moran about how they are reimaging senior living for the emerging boomer population.
Howard Gleckman and Steve Moran in a wide-ranging conversation on opportunities and threats to senior living.
Zeynep Ton from MIT is one of the few researchers who is actually focused on making work better for front-line workers.
Bob Kramer and Jacquelyn Kung discuss key takeaways from recent surveys of more than 350,000 residents, family members, and staff.
Steve talks to Phil Fogg, the CEO of Marquis Companies, about the staffing crisis and the “Care For Our Seniors Act” that AHCA is backing.
Steve Moran talks to Beth Mace and Caroline Pearson about their joint COVID study and what it means for the senior living industry.
Steve talks with Taylor Pickett of Omega, and Sarah Hoit of Connected Living about why they came together to transform senior living.
Christy VanDerWesthuizen, VP of Sales & Marketing will be talking with Steve about how they had the best ever sales in the month.
What’s data got to do with putting the person back into person-centered care? Watch Bob Kramer interview Jay Newton-Small.