September Webinar: How to Successfully Work with Residents in a Senior Community
We are delighted to present ARPF’s next webinar: How to Successfully Work with Residents in a Senior Community. We will discuss how COVID-19 is affecting residents in senior living and how you can still be involved in their care.
This webinar is part of a Continuing Ed program offered at no charge for members of the Brain Longevity Therapy Training. We are happy to open it to everyone as part of our fundraising initiative to continue our research and outreach programs. Please share this event with your friends and family:
How to Successfully Work with Residents in a Senior Community
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
4 pm PT / 7 pm ET for 60 minutes
Guest Speaker: Steve Moran
Webinar Host: Kirti Khalsa, ARPF CEO
Through Senior Housing Forum, one of the most read blogs in this field, he takes on the tough topics that others won’t. More importantly, he elevates this field by talking about the positive contributions individuals and organizations are making to improve the lives of elders and team members. Formerly, he has developed, operated, and marketed senior living communities. He gives back to his community and the senior living sector in a multitude of ways including extensive volunteer work at his church and sitting on the board of Abe’s Garden in Nashville.
Please join us on Wednesday, September 2nd for an hour-long webinar discussing ways to work within senior communities.
We will discuss:
- In the face of COVID-19: an insider’s view
- What residents need most in the face of COVID-19
- How caregivers (paid and unpaid) can help residents thrive in the world of COVID-19
- What we have learned during this pandemic
Title: How to Successfully Work with Residents in a Senior Community
Date: Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Time: 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes
We are very excited to bring this program to you. Again, if you can’t attend the webinar, we will send you the recording as soon as it’s available. From all of us at ARPF, we thank you for your continued support.