Post pandemic, long-term care providers are dealing with new challenges left and right. This free webinar on July 29 can help providers make the most of important technology in their settings.
“Falls are not an inevitable part of aging and can be prevented,” according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In a July 21 McKnight’s Senior Living webinar, attendees will learn how incorporating artificial intelligence into a therapy department opens up new possibilities for preventing falls and fall-related injuries in older adults. The…
Bob Kramer, founder and fellow of Nexus Insights and co-founder and strategic adviser of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care, will discuss how resident engagement programs can be transformed to offer a competitive advantage at a free webinar July 14.
Choosing the right business intelligence software can be difficult. In a June 16 webinar, attendees will learn tools, tips and insights to help them choose the right solution, as well as how to make the most out of BI technology.
In a June 15 webinar, attendees will hear how touchless sensor technology can provide rich data while protecting privacy, without the use of cameras, buttons, cords or wearables. The webinar will begin at 1 p.m.
Attendees of a June 10 webinar at 1 p.m. ET will learn how to reach and influence investors, new residents and potential employees.
Attendees of this June 9 webinar will learn best practices and practical tips to improve team collaboration and adapt to a post-COVID-19 workplace environment.
The leaders of A.G. Rhodes, Brookdale Senior Living, Christian Living Communities and Eclipse Senior Living will offer a first-hand look at their organizations’ diversity and inclusion efforts during a May 19 webinar.
Community leaders and rehabilitation experts will use case studies to share fall management best practices and review proven strategies to reduce falls during an April 22 McKnight’s Senior Living webinar.
Attendees will learn how to leverage electronic health records technology to position their senior living communities as industry leaders and enhance residents’ experience.
Attendees of a March 9 webinar will be able to earn a continuing education credit while learning about scaling digital sales and marketing efforts across multiple communities to drive results.
Attendees of a Jan. 21 McKnight’s Senior Living webinar will learn to recognize employee stress and burnout — and how to address it. The online event will begin at 1 p.m. ET.
Early detection is key in the fight against COVID-19. A panel of senior living experts will share how artificial intelligence can facilitate early intervention and proactive care in a Dec. 3 webinar. The webinar will begin at 1 p.m. EST.
Senior living professionals can learn how having a great online reputation can attract and convert new business in a Nov. 16 McKnight’s Senior Living webinar. Attendees will be able to earn one continuing education credit.