Green House webinars seek to break the boundaries of traditional senior living models to create truly person-centered environments with expertise and thought leadership that is both provocative and grounded in reality.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]