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Speaking Engagements المحاضرات 专题演讲

  • Addressing the Challenges for Senior Living 2018 and Beyond

    LeadingAge PEAK Leadership SummitJoseph Hassel IIDA March 20, 2018, Washington, DC

    For leaders in aging services, the need for relevant knowledge is never-ending. In this session, Principal Joseph Hassel will conduct a review of industry trends and the results of research and surveys on the top three issues facing aging services providers. Participants will hear creative solutions being employed to continually improve quality in operations, design, management, and resident/guest satisfaction; learn how single-site and multi-site for-profit and nonprofit providers are addressing the future of their communities; and learn what other market leaders are addressing these topics now and in the future.

  • 20 Years of Innovation: Changing the Culture of Memory Care

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference & ExpositionLeslie Moldow FAIA May 8, 2018, Pasadena, CA

    For this education session at the annual LeadingAge CA Conference, Principal Leslie Moldow will lead participants in a discussion on the history, importance, and future of person-centered memory care environments. Further, attendees will discover lessons learned and research findings about how the physical environment can support people with dementia, and learn how to successfully implement a specialized program to support people with cognitive impairments.

  • Leveraging Connections: Senior Development in Retail & Cultural Districts

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference & ExpositionSoo Im AIA, NCARB, LEED AP May 8, 2018, Pasadena, CA

    For this afternoon education session, Associate Principal Soo Im will lead attendees in a discussion about the traditional barriers that have existed between the senior living community and the community at large, and how a mixed-use strategy will help dissolve these boundaries. Further, session participants will discuss ways to integrate the senior living community with the greater community through the development of retail, cultural districts, and inter-generational socialization opportunities, and the possible benefit of cost by forming informal partnerships with local retailers; and finally, look at examples of the latest designs in senior living environments that incorporate mixed-use, retail and cultural districts as part of the overall planning of the site.

  • Stay Competitive: Master Plan Results

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference & ExpositionLeslie Moldow FAIA May 8, 2018, Pasadena, CA

    For this late-morning education session, Principal Leslie Moldow will address best practices to educate and engage existing residents, board and staff in the process to reach a consensus that supports the future direction of the organization and plan.
    Session participants will further discuss how to ensure that the plan is meeting the targets as determined by the market and that it is financially sound and supports the on-going mission of the organization well into the future. Finally, attendees should understand how the uniqueness of your own community and its issues can generate an exciting new direction that keeps your community competitive in its target market.