Our webinars bring together leading experts in elder-directed alternatives to traditional nursing homes. You’ll hear dynamic discussions and practical breakdowns of how organizations have made these exciting new models work for elders, families, and providers alike.
Transform the Culture of Care
The alliance between The Green House Project and Pioneer Network brings together two leading drivers of cultural transformation in long-term care.
For organizations that don’t have the […]
Innovate with Green House: Inside the New Trademark Waivers
The Green House Project expanded its trademark process in 2022 to help providers open more new homes. Sign up for this free webinar to learn how!
Bringing Small-Home Eldercare to Canada
Decades of research have shown that small-home care communities have better outcomes and greater resident and family satisfaction than institutional nursing homes.
As provinces across Canada look […]
‘Tis the Season for Better Sleep for Residents
Please join us for a unique webinar, “Tis the Season for Better Sleep for Residents,” on Thursday, December 15 at 2 p.m. EST to learn how […]
Being a Coaching Leader
Person-directed care is the heart of the Green House and Pioneer Network models, but organizations can’t achieve that goal without person-directed leadership.
Join us for a […]
Communicating for Policy Success
Achieving real eldercare reforms will take the support of lawmakers, policymakers, and the media — groups that long-term care professionals aren’t always eager to engage. But […]
Invest in Your Workforce for 2023
Learning isn’t a one-time event, like a single class or in-service. It’s an ongoing process through which we improve our skills and incorporate the latest research […]
Person-Directed Leadership: Creating a Coaching Culture
Person-directed care is a pillar of The Green House Project and Pioneer Network philosophies. That emphasis on autonomy and empowerment also extends to the workforce, reaping […]
Refresh and Refurbish: Eldercare Design for Wellbeing
Looking to refresh a common area that’s looking a little tired? Interested in upgrading the furniture in resident rooms? Want to brighten up an entrance area […]
Green House Homes from the Ground Up
When a community comes together to do something different for elders, something magical can happen. Join leaders from grassroots organizations that have turned Green House dreams […]
2022 Deeper Dive Webinar Series: The Green House Business Case
One of the enduring myths surrounding the Green House model is that it just doesn’t pencil out financially or operationally.
With strong census and steady expansion, […]
2022 Deeper Dive Webinar Series: Secrets of Rehab Success
The Green House model creates better residential care environments for people of all needs and abilities. While we’re best known as an alternative to long-term care […]
2022 Deeper Dive Webinar Series: Workforce Success Stories
Workforce turnover in nursing homes and other long-term care settings was a growing crisis even before the pandemic, and COVID-19 only accelerated the troubling trend: As […]
What’s New at Green House?
Now that your organization has signed up for another year of membership in the LinkedUp peer network, what’s in it for you?
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The Power of PACE and Green House Homes
At The Green House Project, we believe in building an eldercare landscape where everyone can receive high-quality care in the setting of their choice. There’s no […]
Maintaining Wellbeing During the Pandemic and Recovery: Lessons Learned
As we enter another holiday season in the shadow of COVID-19, two leading dementia researchers offer strategies for maintaining social connections and avoiding the pain of isolation that defined 2020 for many elders and people living with disabilities.
Workforce Challenges, Coaching Solutions
Join us to learn from the Green House experience and discover strategies to help your team members lead through coaching – and make them your most vocal and valuable recruitment assets.
Empowering Elder Wellbeing with Supportive Technology
Join GroovyTek, The Green House Project, and the Pioneer Network for a can't-miss discussion on empowering elders with technology.
A Person-Centered Approach to Urinary Incontinence
Join Dr. Rosemary Laird of Florida State University for an enlightening and engaging webinar on the connections between urinary incontinence and elder wellbeing, sponsored by Seni.
PDPM: Weaving It into a Person-Centered World
Examine the the Green House process of communication, collaboration, and empowerment and how it impacts regulatory compliance and reimbursement.
From Trauma to Tranquility
This event examines the traumatic impact the pandemic has had on the nurses in long-term care and honor them for their incredible contributions to eldercare.
Green House Design Webinar Series
This three-part series explores how physical design supports the Green House core values, what works well, and how it worked during COVID-19.
Building Social Connectedness in a Disconnected World
Our first webinar series of 2021, titled Building Social Connectedness in a Disconnected World, examines the tragic social isolation that COVID-19 has created among elders, especially those living in nursing homes and assisted living settings.
Green House Gratitude Gathering
Our first-ever virtual Green House Gratitude Gathering took place on Tuesday, Nov. 24, for the purpose of honoring the incredible work that Green House team members and supporters have done and continue to do amid the pandemic to keep elders safe, healthy, and connected.
Senior Housing Design & COVID-19
How Senior Housing Design Can Reduce Transmission of COVID: An Architect Panel examines the impact of critical design elements in the mitigation of COVID-19 spread in long-term and post-acute care environments.
What Your CNA Staff Won’t Tell You
Lori Porter, cofounder of the National Association of Health Care Assistants, will tell it like is with regard to how CNAs really want to be appreciated and recognized.
Workforce Wellness & Stress
As we celebrate CNAs, nurses, and other frontline staff members, Dr. Kathleen Weissberg, OTD, OTR/L, examines many aspects of caregiving wellness for working settings amid COVID-19.
Green House Responds to COVID-19 Webinar Series
This power-packed series of eight webinars offers the lived experiences and expertise of leaders from a broad range of senior living environments who are managing amid this global crisis.
CNA Appreciation Happy Hour
We will celebrate CNA (and Shahbazim) Week beginning on June 19 with toasts and tributes to the healthcare heroes of 2020!
Special Nurses Week Webinar
Made for this Moment: Nurses on the Frontlines of COVID-19 is a free webinar that recognizes nurses in celebration of National Nurses Week and the Year of the Nurse and as designated by the World Health Organization.
More Green House Content
Green House webinars are packed with powerful content that covers topics such as workforce, dementia care, senior living design and innovation, culture change, cultural transformation, and much more.
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Financial Viability of the Green House Model: A Case Study
Building on the prior Essential Elements of Financial Viability webinar, Terri Metzker of Chi Partners and Laurie Mante of The Eddy Village Green share key financial […]
Finding Meaning in Spirituality
Chaplains Darryl Powell of John Knox Village and Jonathan Malamy of The New Jewish Home share insights into spirituality and working in a person-centered care environment.
Convivium: The Secret to Success
Green House adopters share their learnings from creating successful mealtime experiences.
Diversity & Inclusion in Senior Living: Understanding LGBT Older Adults
Many LGBT older adults are not comfortable with letting others know about their sexual orientation or gender identity. This two-part series examines how this affects those […]
Dementia Care and the Dignity of Risk
Imagine if you were labeled by only one word, and that word alone determined how the world treated you. This is the reality for 85% of […]
A Dietitian’s Perspective
Green House dietitians share their knowledge on a range of topics that make the dining experience meaningful for people of all abilities.
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Sexuality and People Living with Dementia
Anne Ellett, MSN, NP, discusses the basic sexual needs of people living with dementia and examines the importance of recognizing that the onset of dementia does […]
The Importance of Normalcy for People Living with Dementia
Design Series #3: Dignity, Privacy, and Choice
From Willow Ridge Mennonite Home Communities, Bluffton, Ohio, Heather […]
Recruit and Retain the Best
The Clinical Support Team Speaks Out
The Clinical Support Team (CST) brings their professional expertise into the homes. When paired effectively with the deep, day to day knowledge of the Shahbazim, there […]
Green House 2.0 – the How and the Why
Director of Resource Development, Marla DeVries, examines how Green House 2.0 is designed to help providers revolutionize care to empower lives as follows:
- To tweak or […]
Design Series #2: Shared Experiences
From St. John’s Penfield Green House Homes, Rochester, N.Y., Jen DiSalvo, director of nursing, and Polly Bolland, administrator, serve on a panel moderated by Jerry Walleck, […]
Design Series #1: Community Connections
From The Woodlands at John Knox Village, Pompano Beach, FL, Mark Rayner, administrator, and Rachel Graham, chief dietitian, educator, and guide, serve on a design panel […]
Diversity and Inclusion in Senior Living: An Imperative for Providers
Jennifer Jimenez Maraña, MEd, PhD, director of Diversity and Inclusion at Broadmead, a life plan community located in Cockeysville, MD, discusses her role at the 40-year-old […]
Green House Meets PACE: Innovative Partnerships
Two new Green House homes opened as part of The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood in Detroit. The site also offers Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly […]
Social Connectedness Series #6: Putting It All Together
This session synthesizes the five previous Building Social Connectedness in a Disconnected World sessions and offers recommendations for how to take action on an individual and […]
Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing!
This webinar examines the importance of recognizing that people living with dementia (PLWD) have the ability (as well as the right) to live in a social […]
Social Connectedness Series #5: Connected & Engaged: A Panel Discussion
Jack York, president and co-founder of IN2L, moderates a panel discussion of Green House adopters who share how they have utilized technology and other means to […]
Social Connectedness Series #4: Living with Risk: Finding the Balance
Dr. Al Power, internist and geriatrician, speaks about ways to take a balanced approach to risk. Watch Video
Courage Amid Chaos: Leadership’s Role in Calming the Storm
This webinar focuses on senior living communication and outreach in managing COVID-19 and the role that leaders play in calming a system. Carol Silver Elliott, president […]
The Value of Recovering in a Green House Home
John Knox Village shares its experience with short term rehab, from clinical outcomes and satisfaction to preferred partnerships in the community.
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Social Connectedness Series #3: The Power of Technology to Facilitate Social Connections
Karen O’Hern, VP of product management for IN2L, shares insights from the company’s new research report on loneliness and highlights opportunities for technology to create person-directed […]
Social Connectedness Series #2: The Role of Design in Promoting Social Connections
Emi Kiyota, PhD, is the founder of Ibasho, a model of eldercare that creates socially integrated and sustainable societies that value elders. She explains how Ibasho […]
Social Connectedness Series #1: Elder Experiences Under COVID-19: Research & Recommendations
Anne Montgomery discusses and examines a recent survey of nursing home residents by Altarum that provides a rare glimpse into how Covid-19 restrictions of nursing facilities […]
Lessons Learned on the Frontlines of COVID-19
Drs. Jonathan Evans and Jim Wright share their experiences of being on the frontlines of COVID during outbreaks where they managed everything from medications and advance […]
An Inside Look at Recovering in a Green House Home
The team from The Woodlands at John Knox Village gives a pictorial tour of The Green House homes, sharing how the space supports great outcomes in […]
St. John’s Case Study: Financial Outcomes
St. John’s Penfield Green House Homes share their journey from a financial and values perspective. The discussion includes financial outcomes and learnings. Watch Video […]
Music & Memory for The Green House Project
The Music & Memory program is discussed along with details on implementing the program in your own Green House home.
Workforce Culture & LGBT Staff: Creating a More Inclusive Workplace
This webinar explores ways to create a more LGBT-inclusive workforce culture. Watch Video
THW Design Webinar #4: Practical Application of Green House 2.0
Participants learn about Green House Cultural Transformation from individuals who have realized the impact and outcomes that implementing it has made on their organizations and the […]
Short Term Rehab in a Green House Home
Leonard Florence Center for Living discusses how to provide short term rehab within the Green House model. Watch Video
Dementia Care: Focus on Retained Abilities
In another information-packed webinar, Anne Ellett, NP, MSN examines how misperceptions and the stigma of dementia assume people living with dementia (PLWD) are incapable. “If we […]
Made for this Moment: Nurses on the Frontlines of COVID-19
This webinar kicks off National Nurses Week 2020 and offers practical tips and education around the Green House principles, COVID-19, and person-directed care. Watch Video […]
Design & Dementia
In this webinar from our Best Life Dementia Series, Maggie Calkins, president of Innovative Designs in Environments for an Aging Society (IDEAS) Institute, explores the therapeutic […]
Advocating for People Living with Dementia
This webinar explores the concept of purposeful advocacy for people living with dementia (PLWD). As one of the four principles of Best Life, a
Grief, Loss, and Trauma Amid COVID-19: Caring for Staff and Elders
This webinar examines trauma-informed care as it relates to staff and residents’ experiences amid COVID-19. Dr. Kathleen Weissberg explores the key elements of a trauma-informed approach […]
Green House-Inspired Small-House Homes: A Journey of Transformation
This webinar explores and examines a prominent senior living provider’s journey to creating Green House-inspired small-house homes on a suburban long-term care campus over the period […]
How to Truly Appreciate CNAs: Lori Porter Tells It Like It Is
What do CNAs truly want their employers to know? Lori Porter, cofounder of the National Association of Health Care Assistants (NAHCA) imparts her many years of […]
Workforce Wellbeing Amid COVID-19: Stress Management and Connectedness as the New Normal Sets In
This webinar examines techniques supervisors can utilize for effective, empathic management. The session offers strategies, exercises, activities, and considerations for stress management, sleep, and social connectedness. […]
To Build or to Renovate: That Is the Question
Architect Rob Simonetti, design director at SWBR Architecture and Planning, explores the ins and outs of rebuilding versus renovating a traditional senior living community.
- The […]
Senior Housing Design in the Age of COVID: A Panel Discussion
This webinar examines the impact of COVID-19 on the design of long-term and post-acute care environments with a panel of experts who discuss topics such as […]
A Person-Centered Approach to Urinary Incontinence
This hour-long webinar split into three parts discusses how to take a person-centered approach to urinary incontinence. Watch Video
Best Practices in Fostering an Engaged Workforce
How did Methodist Senior Services (MSS) achieve an 86.7% […]
Culture Change that Endures: Model Integrity in Ever-Changing Environments
Many long-term care providers have done hard work to transform their settings from “traditional” to truly person-directed, relationship-rich living environments. This webinar examines how to ensure […]
Maintaining Well-Being During the Pandemic and the Recovery: Lessons Learned
In this webinar, Jennifer Carson and Al Power discuss their recent literature review of risk factors for COVID outbreaks and deaths in long-term care with an […]
Design Lessons Learned from a Decade of The Green House Project
This webinar shares lessons learned from a decade of building Green House homes. Watch Video
Beyond Antipsychotics and ‘Non-Pharmacological Interventions’: A Well-Being Approach
In this webinar, Al Power, MD, a world-renowned expert on dementia, takes on the term “Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia,” or BPSD, and explains the […]
Empowering Elders with Technology
Today’s elders have more ways than ever to stay connected with their loved ones, but tech support at Life Plan Communities and other senior living campuses […]
Lead Through the Lens of Love: How to Create a Compelling Workforce Culture
Danny O’Brien, CEO of Avila Home Care in Towson, MD, tells the story of how he recruited 400 direct care staff without running one help-wanted ad. […]
From Crisis to Comfort: Shifting Dementia Care by Giving Voice to All
In this webinar, Lori La Bey, founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks and recognized by Oprah as a “Health Hero,” shares her passion for shifting our dementia care […]
Memory Care Deconstructed Part 1: Practical Pathways to Dementia Inclusion
Increasingly, locked and segregated memory care communities are being challenged by people living with dementia who are demanding their human rights and the freedom to live […]
Memory Care Deconstructed Part 2: Best Practices from the Provider Community
Jennifer Carson, PhD, director of the Dementia Engagement, Education and Research Program in the School of Community Health Sciences at the University of Nevada, Reno, considers […]
Elder-Led Design: Communities that Foster Multi-Generational Relationships
In this webinar, Emi Kiyota, PhD, explores how she works to create socially integrated and resilient cities where elders are engaged and able to actively participate […]
Portrait of a Green House Leader – John Ponthie
John Ponthie, Founding Member of Southern Administrative Services, shares his experience building and operating Green House homes in Arkansas. Watch Video
Portrait of a Green House Leader – Terry Rogers
Terry Rogers, President and CEO of The Episcopal Foundation of Jefferson County, shares the Green House story of St. Martin’s in the Pines in Birmingham, AL. […]
The Power to Choose: Negotiating Autonomy and Risk
In order to create the best life for those living with dementia, it is important to foster inclusion and normality. Dr. Power describes how even well-meaning […]
Essential Elements of Financial Viability
In this webinar, Terri Sult of Chi Partners and Green House Senior Director Susan Ryan explore the essential elements to achieve viability through comprehensive culture change. […]
Recruiting and Retaining Talent in The Green House Model
Executives from three open Green House homes share their process to hire and equip an empowered team. These leaders discuss how the provision of ongoing leadership […]
PDPM: Weaving it into a Person Centered World
Barbara Patterson-Paul, RN, breaks down the relationship between the Green House process of communication, collaboration, and empowerment and how it impacts regulatory compliance and reimbursement. Watch […]
From Trauma to Tranquility
Barbara Patterson-Paul, BSN, RN, vice president of the Nurse Consulting Division at Select Rehab, explains the symptoms of trauma, explores that foundations of resilience, and discusses […]