Join us for a McKnight’s Home Care Daily webinar on Thursday, Oct. 29, to learn more about the extraordinary challenges of COVID-19 faced by home health agencies.
Coping with the psychological hardships of COVID-19, and reimbursement and recoveries, will be the focus of the McKnight’s Online Forum COVID-19 Update VIII, on Wednesday, Oct. 28. Attendees can receive a total of two continuing education credits by listening to both webinars.
Attendees of the McKnight’s Product Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 27, will learn more about the newest innovations from six industry companies.
McKnight’s inaugural Product Theater on Sept. 24 will provide demonstrations and information about the newest innovations to help run a more successful business in the COVID-19 environment.
Mark your calendars. The McKnight’s Long-Term Care News Fall Online Expo is coming in one week. Participants will be able to earn up to three continuing education credits.
The effects of pandemic telehealth and pest control in senior living and skilled nursing will be the focus of the McKnight’s Online Forum, COVID-19 Update VII, on Thursday, Sept. 10. Attendees can receive a continuing education credit by listening to each webinar.
Attendees of the free Aug. 25 Power Panel discussion, “Succeeding Despite the 2020 Pandemic II,” will hear industry executives’ insights on resident engagement, technology, staffing efficiency and more — and their thoughts on how operators can meet future challenges head on.
Staffing, skin integrity and infection control will be the respective focus areas of the three free webinars of the McKnight’s Online Forum: COVID-19 Update VI, which will be held Tuesday, Aug. 11. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to three continuing education credits.
Everyone is invited to the 2020 McKnight’s Women of Distinction Awards and Forum, to be held Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. There is no cost to attend either event.
Our virtual McKnight’s Women of Distinction Awards and Forum is only one week away! Anyone can attend, and there’s no admission fee, so please join us.
Legal matters and infection control are on the agenda for the McKnight’s Online Forum – Covid Update V. Two sessions are slated for Wednesday, July 22, with attendees able to earn one continuing education credit at each.
Learn new strategies to engage residents’ minds, bodies and spirits on Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET during an hour-long webinar.
Senior living speakers from Singapore, France and other countries will share the lessons they have learned and will discuss how they are managing after the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in a free webinar on Wednesday, June 24, at noon ET. Attendees will earn one CE credit. The session is one of three CE webinars that will be offered during the McKnight’s Online Forum: COVID-19 Update IV.
With COVID-19 threatening the finances of senior living operators across the country, utilities represent a relatively low-cost way to control expenses while prioritizing sustainability.
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for years. Fortunately, the inaugural McKnight’s Power Panel on June 10 is here to help senior-level executives in senior living and skilled nursing develop successful strategies for today and the future.
McKnight’s Online Forum: COVID-19 Update III will be June 4, and attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to two CE credits — one for each webinar offered.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, residents of senior living communities and skilled nursing facilities are even more at risk than usual for social isolation, loneliness and boredom. In a May 28 webinar, learn how staff members and residents can use technology to prevent what is considered by some to be the next public health crisis.
The free event, a joint effort of McKnight’s Senior Living and McKnight’s Long-Term Care News, will provide attendees with the opportunity to earn up to three continuing education credits, one for each webinar attended.
COVID-19 will be the topic of three webinars at the first McKnight’s Online Forum, slated for this Thursday, April 23. Qualified attendees will be able to earn one continuing education credit for each webinar attended.
Earn a continuing education credit while learning about the forces behind increased fall rates in senior living, as well as risk signs to watch for, at a McKnight’s Senior Living webinar on Tuesday, April 14, at 1 p.m. ET.