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 Senior Living Marketing After Shelter-at-Home

Love and Company, Bronze Business Member, is planning for their upcoming webinar: “Senior Living Marketing after Shelter-at-Home,” to be held on June 11 at noon EDT.


They would like to hear your thoughts and questions about the challenges your community is facing as it aims to boost sales and census in the coming months. Your frontline insight would be extremely beneficial toward making this webinar a valuable resource for our field, so they are asking you to answer three simple survey questions.  Click here to participate in the survey.

Presenters will address many of the challenges and questions they receive during the webinar: “Senior Living Marketing after Shelter-at-Home,” to be held on on Thursday, June 11, from noon to 1:00 p.m. EDT, with Q&A afterward.

Register for the webinar by clicking here.



Navigating Coronavirus Webinar Series

Marsh & McLennan Agency LL, Platinum Business Member, is offering a series of recorded webinars.

Keeping Your Plans Compliant
Join MMA and our Compliance Center of Excellence as we dive into the recent regulatory and compliance changes. Our session will focus on guidance issued by the U.S. Labor and Treasury Departments affecting group plan administration.

Getting You Back to Business
Join MMA and a panel of specialists on the timely discussion on best practices and considerations as employers look to bring their employees back into business as usual. This will include re-integrating team members that may have been COVID positive or compromised.  During this session we will focus on the physical and emotional safety for employees as you begin to think about the return to work next steps. This will include considerations around workplace environment, sanitation considerations, employee confidence, and more.

Managing the Financial Impact
Join MMA and a panel of subject matter experts for our weekly update on what we know today and how to minimize impact to your organization. This session will provide an update potential cost impacts of COVID-19 on employer sponsored pland and what employers can do to prepare.


Managing the Impact
Discussion will include:  clinical update on the virus; update on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201); other legislative and compliance updates; pay, leave of absence and disability - how to respond and what to do now.



Executive Series Webinars

USI, Platinum Business Member, is sharing two webinars they feel would be helpful as members begin to slowly reopen to normal operations.

Webinar 1:  Reopening - Healthcare Sector Senior Care

This 18 minute webinar addresses the following lines of insurance coverage that could be impacted and what you can do to minimize risk:

  • Workers Compensation & Employer's Liability
  • Auto Liability and Physical Damage
  • Professional Liability
  • General and Employee Benefits Liability
  • Umbrella Liability
  • Environmental Liabilities
  • Property
  • Cyber Liability
  • Executive/Management Liability
  • Testing Options
  • Temperature Testing Resources
  • Alternatives to Onsite Temperature Testing


Webinar 2: Strategies for Protecting Employee Health

The first half of the 19 minute webinar walks through:

  • Testing Options
  • Testing Resources
  • Items to Review for Engaging a 3rd Party for Testing
  • Alternatives to Onsite Temperature Testing

The second half does a deeper dive on antibody tests and issues with these tests, which is presented by a vendor partner of USI, CareHere.


Senior Living: Putting the COVID-19 Situation in Perspective

In a recent podcast with The Bond Buyer, Bronze Business Member, HJ Sims representatives Bill Sims and Jim Bodine offered some perspective and proportion around the impact of COVID-19 on the senior living industry and associated investments.

Highlights include:

  • Making the distinction of the impact on skilled nursing providers vs. other levels of care.
  • Weighing in on how providers, residents and staff are faring during this pandemic.
  • Insight into how senior living providers interact with their capital sources.
    How HJ Sims is lending our support to the senior living community.

Click here to listen



FREE Virtual Variety Shows for Senior Living Communities
by Donna Cutting, CSP
Founder & CEO of Red-Carpet Learning Systems, Inc

Donna Cutting has pulled together her network of performing artists across the country and has been producing Virtual Variety Shows for senior living communities.

She is offering the Virtual Variety Shows FREE of Charge as a way to help communities through this challenging time. At this time there are two shows available and she will be releasing more soon. The links to the two available shows are below.

Members can use them in a variety of ways:

1. Download and stream on closed-circuit television.
2. Download and share on individual devices.
3. Email to residents with email addresses.
4. If you have large rooms for distanced activities, you may download and stream to groups that way.

First Virtual Variety Show

Second Virtual Variety Show



Webinar Series
by Irving Stackpole
Stackpole & Associates, Inc.


Webinar 1: Long Term Care in Crisis: The Road Ahead
May 20th, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST - FREE

Whether you are a decision-maker for a nursing home, assisted living or other senior care organization, attend this webinar to hear about the possible paths to recovery for the congregate long-term care sector.  COVID-19 has had a disproportionately negative impact on nursing homes and assisted living residences.

  • Will the funding crisis in nursing homes finally be addressed?
  • Will employees still want to work in nursing homes and assisted living residences?
  • Will the public trust of congregate care be restored?
  • How will unemployment impact demand for nursing homes & assisted living residences?

The topics will discuss the likely recovery of, and the future for long-term congregate care in the post-COVID-19 period.


Webinar 2: COVID-19 and Long Term Care: Crisis Communications Webinar

Before the COVID-19 epidemic, crisis communications skills had been “What if”, today the pressing question is, “What do I do now?” This webinar answers that question!

Whether you are a decision-maker for a nursing home, assisted living or other senior care organization, listen to this webinar and learn how to manage negative events, and prevent brand & reputation nightmares.



Visit the LeadingAge Learning Hub
The Learning Hub offers a mix of learning opportunities across a wide range of topics to give aging services professionals the ability to choose the level of investment and pace of learning that fits their schedule and budget.

Click here for the Learning Hub



Other Resources

The best resource for NAB approved programming is NAB's directory of approved programming. 
Click here for approved courses.



Click here for updates from state licensing boards and to find available continuing education programs.


The North Carolina Board of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. 
Click here for continuing education opportunities


Click here resources and education related to food services in senior living.

Activity Departments are being affected by the COVID-19 virus by having to limit group programming. NCCAP has developed and collected a list of resources for in-room activity programming. Also included are lists of pdf printables, website resources, movies, sing-a-longs and more.  Click here for resources.










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