Surviving the Pandemic Together
Thursday, January 21, 2021
1:00 pm EST/ 12:00 pm CST/ 11:00 am MST/ 10:00 am PST
NADSA Members: $49
Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has moved into the vaccine phase, there is an additional dimension to centers that are open or will be opening. This webinar panel of ADS professionals will be sharing their experiences and discussing a wide range of topics, including understanding vaccinations; creating and maintaining connections outside of your center; adjusting to new operational standards and an open Q&A session.
About the presenters: The panel of presenters are current members of NADSA’s Board of Directors:
Mark Bumgarner, Executive Director, Adult Life Programs
Katie Scott, Director of Health Promotion and Disease Management, Health and Wellness Division, Baker/Ripley Community Developers
Vanessa Tatum, MD, Administrator & Staff Physician, Helping Hands for Better Living CBAS & ADHC
Jo Ver Beek, RN, Director of Care Services, Evergreen Commons
Opening an Adult Day Center: Top 10 Things to Know
Postponed – To be Re-Scheduled
2:00 pm EST/ 1:00 pm CST/ 12:00 noon MST/ 11:00 am PST
NADSA Members: $49
Are you thinking about opening an adult day services center but are not sure where to put your focus? Are you worried you might be forgetting something super important? Opening a center is huge undertaking and there are a lot of balls in the air; constantly. Come join us where we will highlight the top 10 things you should know about opening an adult day center. While we would love to go over every step you need to take to get you from start to finish, there is only so much we can cover in an hour! After you attend this webinar, double check your to-do list to make sure you have these things covered. The session will be broken up into two sections: Business Planning and Program Development. The facilitators will present an overview on the key topics that are most important to take into consideration when opening an adult day center.
About the Presenter: Joel Bednoski is the Founder of Harpeth Consultant Advisory Group. After spending nearly two decades working in leadership and executive level positions within the long-term continuum of care, Joel truly knows what it takes to drive success within the organization; culture change, diversification of revenue streams, sales and marketing, market positioning, innovative program development and deployment, regulatory compliance, and much more. Joel holds a BIS in Health Services Administration from George Mason University, is a licensed practical nurse, and licensed Assisted Living Facility Administrator. He also holds multiple certifications in the field of dementia and memory care: Certified Dementia Practitioner, Certified Memory Impairment Specialist, and Virtual Dementia Tour Facilitator.