What's new: The business case for wellness programs in senior living.

on-demand virtual summits

Sit back in the comfort of your office and enjoy ICAA Virtual Summits. These educational programs are delivered over the course of 4.5 to 5 hours and are specifically created for active-aging professionals - business owners, managers, suppliers, wellness and activities personnel. Attend one session or attend them all.


Virtual Summits: Integrating nutrition into the lifestyle of older adults

In this series of webinars, you will overview the nutritional needs of older adults, and then translate that knowledge into food choices that appeal to older adults. You'll also hear examples of how programming staff work with chefs to provide food-related programming. Even if you work in an organization where food is provided to residents or clients, you can leave with reliable information and new ideas.


Virtual Summits: Using wellness programs to enhance cognitive health

Wellness programs that encourage brain health are in high demand from older adults who want to be healthy and live independently-and from organizations that serve them. Professionals who develop lifestyle/wellness programs are uniquely positioned to plan solutions for people who are cognitively well today, and for those journeying through cognitive decline. Note: The Virtual Summit is focused on nonmedical approaches to promote quality of life.


Virtual Summits: Developing high-value wellness programs

A special 4.5-hour event featuring six powerful presentation Spend the day immersed in the planning and delivery of a wellness program that brings value to the individual as well as the organization. Start with the big picture, then focus in on the details that will make your program meaningful for participants, and a keystone of your organization's ability to fulfill its mission. Whether you are starting with a clean slate to develop a program, or looking for approaches to expand your current activities, you'll hear lots of ideas and follow the progress of veteran programmers.


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