Eleven senior living operators will participate in a pilot project to test a new dementia education initiative by The Green House Project, the organization announced Monday.
The Best Life Impact program will involve Embodied Labs, a virtual reality immersive technology platform, and Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes), a guided-practice telehealth platform, as well as subject matter expertise.
“In addition to improving the lives of people living with dementia, who are the focus of the case studies, Best Life Impact seeks to empower participants to be leaders in dementia care,” The Green House Project said.
Participating provider organizations:
- Ave Maria Home, Bartlett, TN;
- Clark Lindsey Village, Urbana, IL;
- Eddy Village Green, Cohoes, NY;
- Hover Senior Living Community, Longmont, CO;
- Jewish Home Family, Rockleigh, NJ;
- John Knox Village-The Woodlands, Pompano Beach, FL;
- Leonard Florence Center for Living, Chelsea, MA;
- Methodist Senior Services, Tupelo, MS;
- Mt. San Antonio Gardens, Pomona, CA;
- Saint Elizabeth Home, East Greenwich, RI; and
- Village on the Isle, Venice, FL.
This effort is part of The Green House Project’s Green House 2.0 initiative launched earlier this year.