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 Export to Your Calendar 10/13/2020 to 11/3/2020
When: Tuesday, October 13, 2020
2:00 PM
Where: Virtual
United States
Contact: Paula Ropelewski

Online registration is available until: 10/10/2020
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CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations received in writing at a minimum of seven days before the start of the event will receive a credit, less a $50 administrative fee, toward a future LeadingAge Virginia event, excluding the Annual Conferences or Leadership Retreats. Cancellations received within seven days of the event will be considered a no-show and no credit will be issued. Substitutions are encouraged. Any credits will expire one year after the date of the event.

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OCTOBER 13 | 2pm to 3pm
Dr. Steven Fuller, President, Illumination Analytics~Health Profiles for Assisted Living

Healthcare in Assisted Living: A Historical Perspective and Future Opportunities ~ A review of ALs, begun in the early 1980s as a social model alternative to nursing homes, and how it has changed over the past few decades into more of a hospitality model. Discussion of encouraging trends: integrated healthcare as a core service, a delivery of medical services onsite to AL residents using a House Calls model and how this has changed the landscape of ALs.

Session Learning Objectives

  • Contrast how the location of healthcare delivery differs between nursing homes and assisted living
  • Articulate a paradox in assisted living and describe how it negatively impacts resident healthcare outcomes
  • List at least 3 beneficial healthcare outcomes that result from having an integrated care model of assisted living

OCTOBER 27, 2020 | 2pm to 3pm
[Speakers TBD], RehabCare

Identifying and Preventing Risks of Functional Decline in the Growing Acuity Landscape of Assisted Living Communities ~ Because of the current pandemic, ALs are seeing more acute presentations of residents – both new and current.  The presentation reviews the short- and long-term ramifications of higher acuity residents in communities and resultant risk of functional decline for the resident and facility staff; and discusses the most common conditions and presentations and how identification, management and prevention through therapy and wellness programming are key to ensuring residents age in place longer, healthier and happier.

Session Learning Objectives

  • Understand the impact of higher acuities and associated risks of functional decline on quality of life, aging in place and staffing demands
  • Recognize the most common diagnoses and conditions driving higher acuity in residents and reasons for increased risk of functional decline
  • Identify the most appropriate measures to treat higher acuity residents and prevent functional decline, including referral to outpatient therapy, wellness programming and/or home health services
  • Understand the available evidence-based and research supported standardized tests that identify early changes and risk and provide a plan for supporting aging in place under the higher acuity paradigm

NOVEMBER 3, 2020 | 2pm to 3pm

Panel - Mary Chiles, Chiles Healthcare Consulting; DSS Representative; Provider Member Representatives

The AL Survey Process

Session Learning Objectives