Podcast about tiny houses with Andrew Constantino, assistant program manager for the Low-Income Housing Institute (LIHI) in Seattle.
A number of marketing tips from Wendy O’Donovan Phillips, CEO of Big Buzz, Inc., that communities can use to kick-start the new year.
Teddy Helfrich, Sales VP for Welcome Home, introduces their purpose-build for senior living CRM. Get great reporting; great insight.
Cheryl Wilson, explains how this all-inclusive care program allows frail, low-income elders to remain in their homes.
When faced with a crisis or a major challenge, you have a team and everyone can contribute. The leader does not have to do it all themselves.
S2 Episode 22 – The Treehouse Community Drives Innovation in Foster Care, Intergenerational Housing, and Vital Aging
Judy Cockerton describes a housing community that serves former foster children, their adoptive families, and honorary grandparents.
Senior Living Foresight Publisher Steve Moran discusses his first book, Lead Don’t Manage, with Podcast Producer Pam McDonald.
Kathy Parry, a productivity expert, gives Pam McDonald tips that senior living leaders can use to improve their own and their team’s resilience.
A one-stop shop platform solves 3 of today’s critical senior living problems: lonely residents, worried families, and overwhelmed staff.
Podcast producer Pam McDonald interviews Colin Milner, the founder and CEO of the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA).
Jon Schwartz, founder of Partner in Aging, details how Pacific Regent’s condo model eliminates that as a deal-breaker.
S2 Episode 16 – Expressive Writing Course Helps Senior Living Residents Connect and Find Their Own Voice
Fara Gold McLaughlin, interviews Angela Burton about the Feet to the Fire Writers Workshop Angela created for residents of senior living communities.