Seniors Housing Business is pleased to host a complimentary webinar — Tips For How Operators Can Thrive In The Evolving Seniors Living Market — on Thursday, Jul 23, 2020, 2:00 PM EDT.
On June 30, Seniors Housing Business will host a complimentary webinar focusing on the challenges and opportunities for developers, owners and operators of Active Adult properties.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the seniors housing industry is seeing the definition of resident safety systems being re-written as operators increasingly look to technology for help. Communities are recognizing the need for advanced tools far beyond the standard nurse e-call systems to help implement health protocols quickly and efficiently. This webinar will discuss how operators seek to prevent, not just intervene, in their urgent efforts to contain COVID-19 and other infectious disease outbreaks in senior living settings. Indeed, advanced technology, in conjunction with social distancing and quarantining, are key to tracking community outbreaks and preventing further spread. Here are three emerging technologies used for prevention and spread that will be discussed during this broadcast: Real-time Location System (RTLS)-based automated contact tracing for all staff and residents Essential visitor tracking and contact tracing of all interactions Individualized geofencing to support quarantine protocols Join us for a robust conversation about keeping infectious disease out of senior living communities and preventing spread.
What is the best way for seniors housing properties to connect with potential new residents during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond? On Wednesday, May 20, from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT, join Seniors Housing Business for a discussion on strategies and tactics to connect with potential residents and how best to convey your message to potential residents and their families.
Join us Wed, May 13, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT, for a lively discussion on what COVID-19 means for seniors housing valuation. During this complimentary webinar, the panel will explore how the traditional components of seniors housing valuation have been upended by COVID-19 and what factors will most influence future prices.