Breaking Away From The Pack
January 5-7, 2016
In order to achieve separation and distinction in the marketplace, it takes a unique vision, a unique brand, and cultivation of a consistent message and service throughout the enterprise. Leaders in memory care and services are not made by accident, by chance, or by imitating others.
Join UMBC Management of Aging Services/The Erickson School on January 5-7, 2016, for Memory Care Summit 2016: Breaking Away From The Pack, its fourth annual leadership summit designed to improve the way that memory care and services are provided to consumers.
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Conference moderator, Peter Rabins, M.D., will be on hand to provide a state of the art educational experience, to aid you and your organization as you break away from the pack . . . by developing a unique brand and providing care and services in ways that no one else in the marketplace does.
In the idyllic setting of South Seas Island Resort on Captiva Island, Florida, you and more than 150 other leaders will learn from Drs. Genova and Rabins and the most innovative interdisciplinary team of faculty and industry experts, as they assist you in developing your distinct brand. Be prepared for three days of evidence-based best practices, participatory learning, and social and networking opportunities.
- Katherine Abbott, Miami University, Spriggs Gerontology Center
- Bill Holman, The Erickson School at UMBC and CCNRC Family of Care
- Ryan Frederick, Point Forward Solutions
- Bob Kramer, National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry
- David Lindeman, University of California, Berkley, Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and Center for Technology and Aging
- Susan Misiorski, PHI National
- Ryan Novaczyk, New Perspective Senior Living
- Jane Rohde, JSR Associates, Inc.
- Karl Speak, Brand Toolbox, LTD
- Scott Townsley, The Erickson School and Clifton Larson Allen
- Dawn Usher, Silverado Senior Living
- Kimberly Van Haitsma, Pennsylvania State University, Program for Person-Centered Living Systems of Care