Knowledge Sharing

EUA places great importance on speaking about the trends and changes within the senior living community to create a positive impact on the quality of life and end of life experience for residents.

Our recent presentations:

  • How the Spaces We Shape, Shape Us: The Impact of the Built Environment on Care
    Presented on 4/9/15 at the Patient Experience Conference
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    Many communities struggle with existing care environment spaces for older adults that are outdated and do not support contemporary operational models of care. An understanding of current and future trends from a marketing, operational, and physical environment perspective are critical to ensure the ongoing vitality of your community.
  • Aligning Your Physical Environment With Your Marketing Demands
    Presented at the 2015 LeadingAge Oklahoma + Iowa Annual Conferences
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    Providers of senior care are experiencing increased competition and outdated environments, both functionally and physically. Interpreting and utilizing market data can lead to a well-considered approach to repositioning facilities, higher revenue, increased staff satisfaction and a more resident-focused environment. This presentation provides a logical process resulting in success, regardless of campus size.
  • Using Big Data To Promote Older Adult-Friendly Communities and Aging in Place
    Presented at the 2015 Aging in America Conference
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    This presentation focuses on the existing and developing public health factors in the U.S. and internationally that impact the oldest members of our societies disproportionately. Communities struggle to find and implement long term realistic solutions. The emerging field of "Big Data" presents a possible scenario with an approach that leverages existing services and new initiatives geared toward improving the quality of life and longevity of older adults, while reducing overall care costs.
  • Aging and Public Health: A Catalyst for Change
    Presented at UW-Milwaukee Zilber School of Public Health Spring 2014 Colloquium Series
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    Presented in association with E JJ Olson & Associates at the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health Spring 2014 colloquium series "On Public Health" in Milwaukee.