Visionary Planning: Repositioning Senior Living to Create Centers of Excellence

by | Oct 13, 2017

Presented by:
John Howl, CEO at Broadmead, Inc.
Mike Martin, Managing Partner at RLPS Architects
Rob Love, President at Love & Company

Session Narrative

Join us for a reprise of this session presented at the 2017 Global Aging Conference! John Howl, CEO at Broadmead, Inc., Mike Martin, Managing Partner at RLPS Architects and Rob Love, President at Love & Company will talk about how senior living communities strive to provide innovative services that transform how our aging population is supported and cutting-edge programs to meet older adults’ needs and preferences. However, many such communities in the U.S. are housed within 30-50 year old campuses with outdated facilities and technology, along with limited land resources upon which to grow. This webinar will demonstrate visionary practices to help older Life Plan Communities reposition themselves.

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