LeadingAge

April 19-22, 2020
Washington, DC

2019 SPEAKERS

The broad range of diverse thought and perspectives represented in the education program is designed to deepen the knowledge and understanding of the environment in which aging services providers operate.

Tom Akins
President & CEO, LeadingAge North Carolina
15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Hear from business leaders on the growth opportunities and related challenges both nonprofit and for-profit providers must contend with in today’s marketplace.
  • Recognize the proven practices and strategies LeadingAge members can tap into to achieve greater economies of scale to strengthen their position in the market.
  • Consider similarities experienced in working with these two groups, as well as strengths and challenges when teaming up with different provider types.
Majd Alwan
SVP of Technology, LeadingAge
12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Learn about emerging vendor-sponsored EHR connectivity networks facilitating information exchange to support care providers’ coordination across care settings.
  • Discover how regional, state and national networks are actively supporting connectivity between long-term and post-acute care providers and their care partners.
  • Discuss the benefits and lessons learned from providers who are leveraging these national networks to improve care planning and coordination efforts.
17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Gain a better understanding of the real and perceived benefits (and concerns) of AI-augmented applications in the aging services space.
  • Examine ways to better leverage the power of AI to benefit older adults, caregivers and service providers.
  • Discuss ongoing efforts by technology companies working on the next wave of AI applications—and hear how LeadingAge members can help influence future developments.
30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

Monday, March 18, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Driven by payment reform, technology advances and changing consumer expectations, the not-for-profit service sector is undergoing unprecedented transformation. As the landscape changes, the fundamental work of aging services organizations must also evolve, both in response to and in anticipation of emerging trends.
  • Join LeadingAge leadership as they provide perspective on the emerging opportunities and risks associated with these changing dynamics.
Renee Anderson
President, St. John's Communities, Inc.
3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Explore the nuances of expanding an at-home program into diverse localities with each program differing based on the dynamics of the particular marketplace.
  • Consider the differences in scale and approaches being used by LeadingAge members to introduce hospice and homecare services into their menu of services in several markets.
  • Hear from a single-site provider that is meeting the needs of community-dwelling older adults by establishing a unique Institute on Aging.
Ken Arneson
President/CEO, Evergreen Retirement Community, Inc.
7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Review the market disruptors and innovations prompting LeadingAge members to pursue mergers and joint ventures.
  • Consider the wide range of strategic relationships aging services providers can leverage to build capacity for growth and mission advancement.
  • Explore various growth strategies designed to position organizations to better compete in their local marketplace.
Ravi Bala
Co-Founder and EVP, Product Dev and Marketing, HealthSignals
1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the threats and opportunities technology innovations and the sharing economy pose for today’s care and service delivery models.
  • Hear from innovative executives who are reacting to new and evolving disruptions in a variety of ways.
  • Discuss ways your organization can develop an enterprise strategy and innovation mindset to address disruption in your marketplace.
Erin Barbee
Director of Mission Advancement, Aldersgate
11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Hear from an organization that utilizes partnerships as a catalyst for community revitalization and growth.
  • Learn about the uncommon partnerships that have generated engaging neighbors for life plan community residents.
  • Gain insight on how unlikely, strategic relationships can benefit the mission and margin of an organization.
Mike Bingham
Vice President Optage and Health Care Initiatives, Presbyterian Homes and Services
4-A. Managed Care Innovations

4-A. Managed Care Innovations

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Discuss the latest policies, regulations and trends in managed care that are creating new opportunities for innovation.
  • Hear about innovative care delivery and alternative payment models between older adult providers and managed care plans.
  • Consider ways in which LeadingAge members can leverage their services to obtain a managed care contract that pays for those services.
Ryan Bramble
Senior Director, Product Development Interim Executive Director, CRISP
12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Learn about emerging vendor-sponsored EHR connectivity networks facilitating information exchange to support care providers’ coordination across care settings.
  • Discover how regional, state and national networks are actively supporting connectivity between long-term and post-acute care providers and their care partners.
  • Discuss the benefits and lessons learned from providers who are leveraging these national networks to improve care planning and coordination efforts.
Sharon Brooks
President, East Coast Office, GlynnDevins
15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Hear from business leaders on the growth opportunities and related challenges both nonprofit and for-profit providers must contend with in today’s marketplace.
  • Recognize the proven practices and strategies LeadingAge members can tap into to achieve greater economies of scale to strengthen their position in the market.
  • Consider similarities experienced in working with these two groups, as well as strengths and challenges when teaming up with different provider types.
Diane Burfeindt
Vice President of Population Health, Presbyterian Senior Living
4-A. Managed Care Innovations

4-A. Managed Care Innovations

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Discuss the latest policies, regulations and trends in managed care that are creating new opportunities for innovation.
  • Hear about innovative care delivery and alternative payment models between older adult providers and managed care plans.
  • Consider ways in which LeadingAge members can leverage their services to obtain a managed care contract that pays for those services.
Libby Bush
CEO, Vinson Hall Retirement Community
2-A. Adapting to Strategic Trends: The Cornerstones of Success

2-A. Adapting to Strategic Trends: The Cornerstones of Success

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Examine the essential elements of building successful life plan communities that will thrive well into the future.
  • Consider the different elements that impact the ability of single-site and multisite organizations to safeguard their future.
  • Explore lessons learned from hospital consolidations and ways to position your organization to grow and proactively face market challenges.
Veronica Calderon
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Aldersgate
11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Hear from an organization that utilizes partnerships as a catalyst for community revitalization and growth.
  • Learn about the uncommon partnerships that have generated engaging neighbors for life plan community residents.
  • Gain insight on how unlikely, strategic relationships can benefit the mission and margin of an organization.
Daniel Cinelli
Principal and Director, Perkins Eastman Architects PC
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
DJ Clarke
Chief Operating Officer, New Cassel Retirement Center
5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Consider the complex question of whether to offer locked memory care settings or integrated living arrangements for people living with dementia.
  • Hear from providers who represent a range of approaches to dementia care across aging services settings.
  • Wrestle with the challenges and benefits of segregated dementia neighborhoods versus inclusive environments.
Marc Cohen
Director, Center for Long Term Services and Supports, University of Massachusetts - Boston
30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

Monday, March 18, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Driven by payment reform, technology advances and changing consumer expectations, the not-for-profit service sector is undergoing unprecedented transformation. As the landscape changes, the fundamental work of aging services organizations must also evolve, both in response to and in anticipation of emerging trends.
  • Join LeadingAge leadership as they provide perspective on the emerging opportunities and risks associated with these changing dynamics.
Linda Couch
Vice President, Housing Policy, LeadingAge
10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain insight into the housing and service delivery needs of middle market consumers.
  • Hear from an array of organizations making an explicit commitment to provide affordable housing and services to this large and underserved market.
  • Explore the advocacy, marketing and service packages challenges aging services providers need to navigate as they develop new middle market housing products.
16-D. Affordable Housing: New Congress Priorities

16-D. Affordable Housing: New Congress Priorities

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Receive an insider’s perspective on the federal government’s likely hot topics for affordable housing policy and funding.
  • Explore opportunities to assert affordable housing for older adults as a priority issue in 2019 and beyond.
  • Hear insights on how the growing body of research at the intersection of affordable housing and services could impact federal policy.
31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Whether it’s funding for affordable housing, new CMS requirements for nursing home providers, financing reform or workforce issues, a new Congress means LeadingAge members will need to continue to shift and adapt to a changing regulatory environment. Join LeadingAge policy experts to discuss new issues and opportunities emerging as a result of new congressional leadership—and engage in meaningful conversations about what’s ahead for the coming year.
Bob Dahl
President & CEO, Elim Care
7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Review the market disruptors and innovations prompting LeadingAge members to pursue mergers and joint ventures.
  • Consider the wide range of strategic relationships aging services providers can leverage to build capacity for growth and mission advancement.
  • Explore various growth strategies designed to position organizations to better compete in their local marketplace.
Dusanka Delovska-Trajkova
Chief Information Officer, Ingleside, Inc.
17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Gain a better understanding of the real and perceived benefits (and concerns) of AI-augmented applications in the aging services space.
  • Examine ways to better leverage the power of AI to benefit older adults, caregivers and service providers.
  • Discuss ongoing efforts by technology companies working on the next wave of AI applications—and hear how LeadingAge members can help influence future developments.
Lois Dostalik
President & CEO,
22-F. Looking to 2030: Culture Readiness for Future Planning

22-F. Looking to 2030: Culture Readiness for Future Planning

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Understand the impact of an organization’s culture on its ability to plan, change and adapt to a future that looks very different than today.
  • Examine the mindset shifts that aging services providers must adopt as new political, economic, societal, technological and environmental future unfolds.
  • Discuss how your current culture might help propel (or impede) the necessary strategic changes that will make your organization successful over the next 15 years.
Cynthia Dunn
Board Chair, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
6-B. Relationship Building: Unlocking Your Board's Potential

6-B. Relationship Building: Unlocking Your Board's Potential

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Appreciate the importance of the board/CEO relationship in the overall success of an organization’s governance performance.
  • Examine the strategies that are foundational to developing a healthy board/CEO relationship.
  • Explore ways to develop a collaborative mission orientation that drives engagement among all board members.
Nancy Eldridge
CEO, National Well Home Network
8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Highlight models that link affordable housing with community-based health and social services to help low-income older adults age in the community.
  • Explore financing options for these models through partnerships between housing organizations and health plans/other risk-bearing providers.
  • Review evidence-based research available to help LeadingAge members advocate for more investment in these programs at the state and federal levels.
Nicole Fallon
Vice President, Health Policy & Integrated Services, LeadingAge
4-A. Managed Care Innovations

4-A. Managed Care Innovations

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Discuss the latest policies, regulations and trends in managed care that are creating new opportunities for innovation.
  • Hear about innovative care delivery and alternative payment models between older adult providers and managed care plans.
  • Consider ways in which LeadingAge members can leverage their services to obtain a managed care contract that pays for those services.
Janine Finck-Boyle
VP of Regulatory Affairs, LeadingAge
31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Whether it’s funding for affordable housing, new CMS requirements for nursing home providers, financing reform or workforce issues, a new Congress means LeadingAge members will need to continue to shift and adapt to a changing regulatory environment. Join LeadingAge policy experts to discuss new issues and opportunities emerging as a result of new congressional leadership—and engage in meaningful conversations about what’s ahead for the coming year.
Stephen Fleming
President & CEO, The Well-Spring Group
31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Whether it’s funding for affordable housing, new CMS requirements for nursing home providers, financing reform or workforce issues, a new Congress means LeadingAge members will need to continue to shift and adapt to a changing regulatory environment. Join LeadingAge policy experts to discuss new issues and opportunities emerging as a result of new congressional leadership—and engage in meaningful conversations about what’s ahead for the coming year.
John Franklin
Managing Director - Head of Healthcare Finance, BB&T Capital Markets
2-A. Adapting to Strategic Trends: The Cornerstones of Success

2-A. Adapting to Strategic Trends: The Cornerstones of Success

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Examine the essential elements of building successful life plan communities that will thrive well into the future.
  • Consider the different elements that impact the ability of single-site and multisite organizations to safeguard their future.
  • Explore lessons learned from hospital consolidations and ways to position your organization to grow and proactively face market challenges.
Mark Fritz
President, Bridgemoor Transitional Care
12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Learn about emerging vendor-sponsored EHR connectivity networks facilitating information exchange to support care providers’ coordination across care settings.
  • Discover how regional, state and national networks are actively supporting connectivity between long-term and post-acute care providers and their care partners.
  • Discuss the benefits and lessons learned from providers who are leveraging these national networks to improve care planning and coordination efforts.
Dave Gehm
President & CEO, Wellspring Lutheran Services
18-E. The New Future of Aging Services

18-E. The New Future of Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Step out of existing mental models to imagine what services for older adults—unrestricted by socioeconomic barriers or policy decisions—could look like.
  • Identify bright spots in existing models that could be retooled into a new vision for partnering with residents and older adults in the surrounding community.
  • Consider how successful practices of outside fields can inject a fresh approach to our collective vision for mission advancement.
Lynne Giacobbe
Executive Director, Kendal at Home
3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Explore the nuances of expanding an at-home program into diverse localities with each program differing based on the dynamics of the particular marketplace.
  • Consider the differences in scale and approaches being used by LeadingAge members to introduce hospice and homecare services into their menu of services in several markets.
  • Hear from a single-site provider that is meeting the needs of community-dwelling older adults by establishing a unique Institute on Aging.
Laurence Gumina
CEO, Ohio Living
4-A. Managed Care Innovations

4-A. Managed Care Innovations

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Discuss the latest policies, regulations and trends in managed care that are creating new opportunities for innovation.
  • Hear about innovative care delivery and alternative payment models between older adult providers and managed care plans.
  • Consider ways in which LeadingAge members can leverage their services to obtain a managed care contract that pays for those services.
Todd Hanson
Principal, Healthcare Design, JSA Inc.
21-F. Reliable Accessibility: A Game Changer

21-F. Reliable Accessibility: A Game Changer

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain a new awareness of what works in real life for people with mobility challenges versus what the ADA checklist requires.
  • Consider how reliable accessibility information can help avoid social isolation by allowing older adults to remain actively connected to their community.
  • Discover ways providers can work with local businesses to make community attractions accessible and welcoming to individuals of all ages and abilities.
Mike Henehan
Senior Vice President, Managing Director, Bozzuto Construction Company
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Dan Hermann
President & CEO, Head of Investment Banking, Ziegler
7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Review the market disruptors and innovations prompting LeadingAge members to pursue mergers and joint ventures.
  • Consider the wide range of strategic relationships aging services providers can leverage to build capacity for growth and mission advancement.
  • Explore various growth strategies designed to position organizations to better compete in their local marketplace.
Steve Jeffrey
Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Garden Spot Village
1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the threats and opportunities technology innovations and the sharing economy pose for today’s care and service delivery models.
  • Hear from innovative executives who are reacting to new and evolving disruptions in a variety of ways.
  • Discuss ways your organization can develop an enterprise strategy and innovation mindset to address disruption in your marketplace.
Bruce Jones
Chief Executive Officer, Vicar's Landing
5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Consider the complex question of whether to offer locked memory care settings or integrated living arrangements for people living with dementia.
  • Hear from providers who represent a range of approaches to dementia care across aging services settings.
  • Wrestle with the challenges and benefits of segregated dementia neighborhoods versus inclusive environments.
John Kane
Skilled Nursing Facilities Payment Team Lead, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
23-F. Skilled Nursing Regulatory Update

23-F. Skilled Nursing Regulatory Update

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Engage in a policy discussion focused on the regulatory environment impacting skilled nursing providers and designed to emphasize person-centered care.
  • Hear from invited government officials about new regulatory issues emerging for nursing home providers at the federal level.
  • Gain insight into LeadingAge’s nursing home policy priorities and likely hot topics for the coming year.
Ruth Katz
SVP of Public Policy and Advocacy, LeadingAge
30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

Monday, March 18, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Driven by payment reform, technology advances and changing consumer expectations, the not-for-profit service sector is undergoing unprecedented transformation. As the landscape changes, the fundamental work of aging services organizations must also evolve, both in response to and in anticipation of emerging trends.
  • Join LeadingAge leadership as they provide perspective on the emerging opportunities and risks associated with these changing dynamics.
Scott Kilbourne
Principal, International Mixed Use Director, Perkins Eastman
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Nancy King
President of Senior Options, LLC, Senior Options
3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Explore the nuances of expanding an at-home program into diverse localities with each program differing based on the dynamics of the particular marketplace.
  • Consider the differences in scale and approaches being used by LeadingAge members to introduce hospice and homecare services into their menu of services in several markets.
  • Hear from a single-site provider that is meeting the needs of community-dwelling older adults by establishing a unique Institute on Aging.
Peter Kress
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Acts Retirement-Life Communities, Inc.
1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the threats and opportunities technology innovations and the sharing economy pose for today’s care and service delivery models.
  • Hear from innovative executives who are reacting to new and evolving disruptions in a variety of ways.
  • Discuss ways your organization can develop an enterprise strategy and innovation mindset to address disruption in your marketplace.
Eric Krull
Executive Vice President, THW Design
15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Hear from business leaders on the growth opportunities and related challenges both nonprofit and for-profit providers must contend with in today’s marketplace.
  • Recognize the proven practices and strategies LeadingAge members can tap into to achieve greater economies of scale to strengthen their position in the market.
  • Consider similarities experienced in working with these two groups, as well as strengths and challenges when teaming up with different provider types.
Robert Lagoyda
Manager, Education, LeadingAge
3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

3-A. Community-Based Expansions: Experiences From the Field

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Explore the nuances of expanding an at-home program into diverse localities with each program differing based on the dynamics of the particular marketplace.
  • Consider the differences in scale and approaches being used by LeadingAge members to introduce hospice and homecare services into their menu of services in several markets.
  • Hear from a single-site provider that is meeting the needs of community-dwelling older adults by establishing a unique Institute on Aging.
Sarah Lamb
Professor of Anthropology, Brandeis University
9-C. From Successful Aging to Holistic Well-Being

9-C. From Successful Aging to Holistic Well-Being

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Compare and contrast the cultural assumptions and values underlying successful aging notions in the U.S. with the ideals of aging in other societies.
  • Consider how successful aging terminology might reinforce ageism by emphasizing productive activity, independence and agelessness.
  • Explore how a more holistic framing of successful aging can help reshape the current experience, attitudes and perceptions of aging.
Criston Leopard
Managing Director, Viibrant
17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Gain a better understanding of the real and perceived benefits (and concerns) of AI-augmented applications in the aging services space.
  • Examine ways to better leverage the power of AI to benefit older adults, caregivers and service providers.
  • Discuss ongoing efforts by technology companies working on the next wave of AI applications—and hear how LeadingAge members can help influence future developments.
Stephen Lindsey
CEO, Garden Spot Communities
22-F. Looking to 2030: Culture Readiness for Future Planning

22-F. Looking to 2030: Culture Readiness for Future Planning

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Understand the impact of an organization’s culture on its ability to plan, change and adapt to a future that looks very different than today.
  • Examine the mindset shifts that aging services providers must adopt as new political, economic, societal, technological and environmental future unfolds.
  • Discuss how your current culture might help propel (or impede) the necessary strategic changes that will make your organization successful over the next 15 years.
Bill Lowe
President & CEO, Chicago Methodist Senior Services
7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Review the market disruptors and innovations prompting LeadingAge members to pursue mergers and joint ventures.
  • Consider the wide range of strategic relationships aging services providers can leverage to build capacity for growth and mission advancement.
  • Explore various growth strategies designed to position organizations to better compete in their local marketplace.
Lisa McCracken
Director Senior Living Research and Development, Ziegler
7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

7-B. Building Scale and Sophistication through Strategic Relationships

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Review the market disruptors and innovations prompting LeadingAge members to pursue mergers and joint ventures.
  • Consider the wide range of strategic relationships aging services providers can leverage to build capacity for growth and mission advancement.
  • Explore various growth strategies designed to position organizations to better compete in their local marketplace.
Mario Mckenzie
Partner, CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen)
15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Hear from business leaders on the growth opportunities and related challenges both nonprofit and for-profit providers must contend with in today’s marketplace.
  • Recognize the proven practices and strategies LeadingAge members can tap into to achieve greater economies of scale to strengthen their position in the market.
  • Consider similarities experienced in working with these two groups, as well as strengths and challenges when teaming up with different provider types.
Amy Moser
Strategy Consultant and Initiative Lead, The Collective Action Lab
19-E. Overcoming the Workforce Crisis: A Moonshot

19-E. Overcoming the Workforce Crisis: A Moonshot

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Hear projections about the future workforce and the impact these trends and dynamics will have on ageing services.
  • Explore the importance of leadership and organizational culture change in creating healthy workplace environments and becoming employers of choice.
  • Discuss what it will take to achieve our vision for a thriving aging services workforce that will meet the needs of a growing aging population.
Myra Norton
President/Coo, Arena
17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Gain a better understanding of the real and perceived benefits (and concerns) of AI-augmented applications in the aging services space.
  • Examine ways to better leverage the power of AI to benefit older adults, caregivers and service providers.
  • Discuss ongoing efforts by technology companies working on the next wave of AI applications—and hear how LeadingAge members can help influence future developments.
Kari Olson
Chief Innovation and Technology Officer, Front Porch
1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the threats and opportunities technology innovations and the sharing economy pose for today’s care and service delivery models.
  • Hear from innovative executives who are reacting to new and evolving disruptions in a variety of ways.
  • Discuss ways your organization can develop an enterprise strategy and innovation mindset to address disruption in your marketplace.
Brian Pangle
President & CEO, Clark Retirement Community
2-A. Adapting to Strategic Trends: The Cornerstones of Success

2-A. Adapting to Strategic Trends: The Cornerstones of Success

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Examine the essential elements of building successful life plan communities that will thrive well into the future.
  • Consider the different elements that impact the ability of single-site and multisite organizations to safeguard their future.
  • Explore lessons learned from hospital consolidations and ways to position your organization to grow and proactively face market challenges.
John Polatz
Chief Executive Officer, PS Salon & Spa
15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

15-D. Insights on the Nonprofit/For-Profit Sectors

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Hear from business leaders on the growth opportunities and related challenges both nonprofit and for-profit providers must contend with in today’s marketplace.
  • Recognize the proven practices and strategies LeadingAge members can tap into to achieve greater economies of scale to strengthen their position in the market.
  • Consider similarities experienced in working with these two groups, as well as strengths and challenges when teaming up with different provider types.
Suzanne Pugh
President & CEO, Aldersgate
11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Hear from an organization that utilizes partnerships as a catalyst for community revitalization and growth.
  • Learn about the uncommon partnerships that have generated engaging neighbors for life plan community residents.
  • Gain insight on how unlikely, strategic relationships can benefit the mission and margin of an organization.
Jessica Rader
Division Vice President of Sales and Marketing, CommuniCare
12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

12-C. Health Information Exchange: Provider Success Stories

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Learn about emerging vendor-sponsored EHR connectivity networks facilitating information exchange to support care providers’ coordination across care settings.
  • Discover how regional, state and national networks are actively supporting connectivity between long-term and post-acute care providers and their care partners.
  • Discuss the benefits and lessons learned from providers who are leveraging these national networks to improve care planning and coordination efforts.
Mike Rambarose
President/CEO, Whitney Center, Inc.
18-E. The New Future of Aging Services

18-E. The New Future of Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Step out of existing mental models to imagine what services for older adults—unrestricted by socioeconomic barriers or policy decisions—could look like.
  • Identify bright spots in existing models that could be retooled into a new vision for partnering with residents and older adults in the surrounding community.
  • Consider how successful practices of outside fields can inject a fresh approach to our collective vision for mission advancement.
Bonnie Reed
Technical Director, Clinical Survey Process, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
23-F. Skilled Nursing Regulatory Update

23-F. Skilled Nursing Regulatory Update

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Engage in a policy discussion focused on the regulatory environment impacting skilled nursing providers and designed to emphasize person-centered care.
  • Hear from invited government officials about new regulatory issues emerging for nursing home providers at the federal level.
  • Gain insight into LeadingAge’s nursing home policy priorities and likely hot topics for the coming year.
Mark Ricketts
President and CEO, National Church Residences
10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain insight into the housing and service delivery needs of middle market consumers.
  • Hear from an array of organizations making an explicit commitment to provide affordable housing and services to this large and underserved market.
  • Explore the advocacy, marketing and service packages challenges aging services providers need to navigate as they develop new middle market housing products.
Jon Riewer
President/CEO, Eventide Senior Living Communities
18-E. The New Future of Aging Services

18-E. The New Future of Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Step out of existing mental models to imagine what services for older adults—unrestricted by socioeconomic barriers or policy decisions—could look like.
  • Identify bright spots in existing models that could be retooled into a new vision for partnering with residents and older adults in the surrounding community.
  • Consider how successful practices of outside fields can inject a fresh approach to our collective vision for mission advancement.
Sheri Rose
Executive Director, Thrive Innovation Center
1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

1-A. Staying Ahead of Disruption: Could Eldercare be Amazoned or Ubered?

Monday, March 18, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the threats and opportunities technology innovations and the sharing economy pose for today’s care and service delivery models.
  • Hear from innovative executives who are reacting to new and evolving disruptions in a variety of ways.
  • Discuss ways your organization can develop an enterprise strategy and innovation mindset to address disruption in your marketplace.
Alisha Sanders
Director, Housing & Services Policy Research, LeadingAge
8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Highlight models that link affordable housing with community-based health and social services to help low-income older adults age in the community.
  • Explore financing options for these models through partnerships between housing organizations and health plans/other risk-bearing providers.
  • Review evidence-based research available to help LeadingAge members advocate for more investment in these programs at the state and federal levels.
Kathi Scharf
Property Development Solutions Lead, Immersion Active
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Amy Schectman
President/CEO, 2Life Communities
8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Highlight models that link affordable housing with community-based health and social services to help low-income older adults age in the community.
  • Explore financing options for these models through partnerships between housing organizations and health plans/other risk-bearing providers.
  • Review evidence-based research available to help LeadingAge members advocate for more investment in these programs at the state and federal levels.
10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain insight into the housing and service delivery needs of middle market consumers.
  • Hear from an array of organizations making an explicit commitment to provide affordable housing and services to this large and underserved market.
  • Explore the advocacy, marketing and service packages challenges aging services providers need to navigate as they develop new middle market housing products.
Anita Schmied
Professor, Business School, Howard University
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Gregg Scott
Partner, RLPS Architects
13-D. Designing for a Living Experience

13-D. Designing for a Living Experience

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the impact of a new generation of consumers that prioritizes experiences more so than access to services.
  • Learn how to use experience design principles to shape products, services and environments focused on the user experience.
  • Visualize what meaningful engagement of older adults in aging services settings looks like, as the focus shifts from design features to the living experience.
Shawn Seaman
Principal, PN Hoffman
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Elise Selinger
Real Estate Innovation Manager, 2Life Communities
10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain insight into the housing and service delivery needs of middle market consumers.
  • Hear from an array of organizations making an explicit commitment to provide affordable housing and services to this large and underserved market.
  • Explore the advocacy, marketing and service packages challenges aging services providers need to navigate as they develop new middle market housing products.
Peter Shapiro
Executive Director, Revenue Authority of Prince George's County
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Steven G Shapiro
Director, Hospitality& Tourism Law Porgram, American University
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Kevin Shaw
Chairman, Fathom
6-B. Relationship Building: Unlocking Your Board's Potential

6-B. Relationship Building: Unlocking Your Board's Potential

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Appreciate the importance of the board/CEO relationship in the overall success of an organization’s governance performance.
  • Examine the strategies that are foundational to developing a healthy board/CEO relationship.
  • Explore ways to develop a collaborative mission orientation that drives engagement among all board members.
Brooks Shelley
Director of Marketing and Brand Strategy, Aldersgate
11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Hear from an organization that utilizes partnerships as a catalyst for community revitalization and growth.
  • Learn about the uncommon partnerships that have generated engaging neighbors for life plan community residents.
  • Gain insight on how unlikely, strategic relationships can benefit the mission and margin of an organization.
Evan Shulman
Deputy Director, Division of Nursing Homes Survey and Certification Group, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
23-F. Skilled Nursing Regulatory Update

23-F. Skilled Nursing Regulatory Update

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Engage in a policy discussion focused on the regulatory environment impacting skilled nursing providers and designed to emphasize person-centered care.
  • Hear from invited government officials about new regulatory issues emerging for nursing home providers at the federal level.
  • Gain insight into LeadingAge’s nursing home policy priorities and likely hot topics for the coming year.
Joan Silver
VP Product Marketing, Sixgill
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Carol Silver Elliott
CEO/President, Jewish Home Family
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Buck Sleeper
Senior Experience Designer, Space Group Lead, EPAM Continuum
13-D. Designing for a Living Experience

13-D. Designing for a Living Experience

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider the impact of a new generation of consumers that prioritizes experiences more so than access to services.
  • Learn how to use experience design principles to shape products, services and environments focused on the user experience.
  • Visualize what meaningful engagement of older adults in aging services settings looks like, as the focus shifts from design features to the living experience.
Matt Steenhoek
Vice President of Development, PN Hoffman
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Teresa Stephens
Affordable Communities Director, Givens Great Laurels
10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain insight into the housing and service delivery needs of middle market consumers.
  • Hear from an array of organizations making an explicit commitment to provide affordable housing and services to this large and underserved market.
  • Explore the advocacy, marketing and service packages challenges aging services providers need to navigate as they develop new middle market housing products.
Robyn Stone
SVP, Research/Co-Director, LTSS Center, LeadingAge
8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

8-B. Affordable Housing as a Platform for Wellness and Service Coordination

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Highlight models that link affordable housing with community-based health and social services to help low-income older adults age in the community.
  • Explore financing options for these models through partnerships between housing organizations and health plans/other risk-bearing providers.
  • Review evidence-based research available to help LeadingAge members advocate for more investment in these programs at the state and federal levels.
19-E. Overcoming the Workforce Crisis: A Moonshot

19-E. Overcoming the Workforce Crisis: A Moonshot

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Hear projections about the future workforce and the impact these trends and dynamics will have on ageing services.
  • Explore the importance of leadership and organizational culture change in creating healthy workplace environments and becoming employers of choice.
  • Discuss what it will take to achieve our vision for a thriving aging services workforce that will meet the needs of a growing aging population.
30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

30-GS. A Changing Healthcare and Service Delivery Landscape

Monday, March 18, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Driven by payment reform, technology advances and changing consumer expectations, the not-for-profit service sector is undergoing unprecedented transformation. As the landscape changes, the fundamental work of aging services organizations must also evolve, both in response to and in anticipation of emerging trends.
  • Join LeadingAge leadership as they provide perspective on the emerging opportunities and risks associated with these changing dynamics.
Stacy Scott Terrell
Chief Health Services Officer, Kendal at Oberlin
5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Consider the complex question of whether to offer locked memory care settings or integrated living arrangements for people living with dementia.
  • Hear from providers who represent a range of approaches to dementia care across aging services settings.
  • Wrestle with the challenges and benefits of segregated dementia neighborhoods versus inclusive environments.
Aaron Tripp
VP, Reimbursement and Financing Policy, LeadingAge
31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

31-GS1. Preparing for a New Congress: 2019 Outlook

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • Whether it’s funding for affordable housing, new CMS requirements for nursing home providers, financing reform or workforce issues, a new Congress means LeadingAge members will need to continue to shift and adapt to a changing regulatory environment. Join LeadingAge policy experts to discuss new issues and opportunities emerging as a result of new congressional leadership—and engage in meaningful conversations about what’s ahead for the coming year.
Jeff Weatherhead
COO, Aldersgate
11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

11-C. Partnering for Community Success: Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Hear from an organization that utilizes partnerships as a catalyst for community revitalization and growth.
  • Learn about the uncommon partnerships that have generated engaging neighbors for life plan community residents.
  • Gain insight on how unlikely, strategic relationships can benefit the mission and margin of an organization.
Joe Weber
Senior Vice President Research & Development and Chief Technology Officer, MatrixCare
17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

17-E. Artificial Intelligence: Applications in Aging Services

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Gain a better understanding of the real and perceived benefits (and concerns) of AI-augmented applications in the aging services space.
  • Examine ways to better leverage the power of AI to benefit older adults, caregivers and service providers.
  • Discuss ongoing efforts by technology companies working on the next wave of AI applications—and hear how LeadingAge members can help influence future developments.
Susan Wehry
Chief of Geriatrics, Department of Primary Care, College of Osteopathic Medicine, University of New England
14-D. Dependency and Self-Determination Reconsidered

14-D. Dependency and Self-Determination Reconsidered

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Consider how aversion to risk and prevailing notions of independence limit self-determination in older adults.
  • Examine new ways of thinking about capacity and healthy (inter)dependence to enhance health and well-being regardless of setting or circumstance.
  • Discuss the importance of life histories in shaping self-perceptions of dependency and helping caregivers understand residents’ preferences for autonomy.
Anne Weidman
BizDev / Community Engagement, JSA Inc.
21-F. Reliable Accessibility: A Game Changer

21-F. Reliable Accessibility: A Game Changer

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain a new awareness of what works in real life for people with mobility challenges versus what the ADA checklist requires.
  • Consider how reliable accessibility information can help avoid social isolation by allowing older adults to remain actively connected to their community.
  • Discover ways providers can work with local businesses to make community attractions accessible and welcoming to individuals of all ages and abilities.
Jenna Weiss
Director of Learning, LiveWell
5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

5-B. Inclusive Cultures for People Living With Dementia

Monday, March 18, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Consider the complex question of whether to offer locked memory care settings or integrated living arrangements for people living with dementia.
  • Hear from providers who represent a range of approaches to dementia care across aging services settings.
  • Wrestle with the challenges and benefits of segregated dementia neighborhoods versus inclusive environments.
Matthew Welker
Director, Sustainability, Health & Well-being, American Institute of Architects
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Max Winters
Architectural Designer, Perkins Eastman
20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

20-F. Macro Shocks Reshaping the Aging Services Landscape

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Identify the potential disruptive forces poised to revolutionize the aging services landscape in the next ten years.
  • Examine research-grounded scenarios that forecast how communities, products and services may be changed by these outside forces.
  • Discuss how aging services organizations can prepare to proactively address disruption and change.
Jay Woolford
CEO, Sustainable Housing for Ageless Generations
10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

10-C. Housing and Services for the Middle Market

Monday, March 18, 2019
3:45 - 5:15 p.m.
  • Gain insight into the housing and service delivery needs of middle market consumers.
  • Hear from an array of organizations making an explicit commitment to provide affordable housing and services to this large and underserved market.
  • Explore the advocacy, marketing and service packages challenges aging services providers need to navigate as they develop new middle market housing products.
Photo of Mary Alice Ryan - President & CEO, Saint Andrews Resources for Seniors System

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LeadingAge provides a great platform for learning about what is happening and how it impacts what we do - I am really looking forward to this event. Mary Alice Ryan - President & CEO, Saint Andrews Resources for Seniors System
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