Leading Age to Host a Luncheon and Briefing of The Green House Project

Published On: February 12th, 2013By Categories: Blog

On February 20, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., Leading Age President and CEO, Larry Minnix and CEO of Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community, Ron Yoder, will host a luncheon and briefing on The Green House Project at the national Leading Age office in Washington, DC. Many Leading Age members have adopted this innovative, small house model of long-term care around the country. With 146 homes open and over a hundred more in development, The Green House program is a credible model for deep, sustainable and viable culture change.
Robert Jenkens, Managing Director for Aging and Independence at NCB Capital Impact, which administers The Green House Project, will discuss the new business case materials and Consumer Research about the program. It is compelling and it answers many of the questions about The Green House model that providers have been asking over the past several years. Additionally, Leading Age Member, Ron Yoder, will share his experience of partnering with The Green House Project to implement the first Green House project in Virginia, at Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community. Whether or not a Green House project is in your immediate plans, you will not want to miss this opportunity to learn why the financial and market performance is making The Green House Project a leader in skilled nursing care.
Please RSVP to Alayna Waldrum, awaldrum@leadingage.org, by Friday, Feb 15, 2013 if you plan to attend. This event is free to your organization so please bring your questions and join us for a delicious lunch and strategic session. The event will be held at the Leading Age office located at 2519 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008-1520. To learn more about The Green House Project prior to the event, you can visit the website at www.thegreenhouseproject.org
We hope you can join us and we look forward to seeing you at the luncheon.