Month: September 2020Page 1 of 2
A lot of time plowing through a lot of awful images to get to some not-quite-as awful.If I sound jaded, I am. I really hate stock photos.
There are, nearly a dozen different initiatives being implemented or planned to improve the image of senior living. I’ not sure it’s moving the needle.
A social connection tool that helps residents mitigate loneliness and strengthen family relationships by experiencing the endless possibilities of VR.
What industries might have access to the needed capital and stand to benefit from acting as a disrupter of age-segregated housing?
A LeadingAge document that came across my desk today ends with an urgent plea for action on 5 fronts . . . So what’s next? How do we thrive?
Anyone else out there having trouble focusing? Feeling forgetful. Not getting work done? No doubt you’re suffering from Pandemic Brain. It’s a real thing.
Takeaways from SLF’s Conversation on Race with Ayana King to highlight the Black experience and explore diversity issues in senior living.
Things are so emotionally charged, particularly in the heightened political environment we live in. There is zero upside to negative posts.
This virtual tool can help improve the marketing response of communities to better relate and connect with today’s prospective residents.
Want to up your sales game? Here are 37 quotes from senior living marketing experts demonstrating 37 years of wisdom. to get you started.
Life in the 21st is more harried with two-income families, remote work, childcare, and aging parents. There’s opportunity in these developments.
More than ever, teams are working from a variety of locations and communicating virtually. As a result, their technology has to be more than tried and true.
Who isn’t frustrated by the bad (and unfair) rap senior living communities have gotten because of COVID? Your voice can now be louder and clearer.
It’s a seldom mentioned truth that senior living is one of the few industries that is still allowed to discriminate. Is that changing?
The costs of neglecting training can be high: unrealized business goals; efficiency and productivity gains that never materialize and employee frustrations.
I am fearful that this will be dismissed as criticism and a lack of appreciation for all that these organizations have done. Trust me, I am watching.
They’re qualified, eager to work, and would love to be part of your on-demand staffing pool. But there’s a problem. You don’t even know they’re out there.
Whether we understand it or not, we’ve all heard the jargon — artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation. It’s here and there’s more coming.
While we know the pandemic has altered our thinking, it’s rare to find a report that tracked responses to the same questions before and after COVID-19 hit.
Sometimes we take dogma to the extreme, even to our own detriment. Here is an example. What’s wrong? What’s right? What’s safe?