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2017 LeadingAge WI Spring Conference

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May 3-5, | Appleton, WI

WHAT: A clear sense of purpose enables you to focus on what matters most -- taking risks regardless of the challenges or obstacles ahead. We are lucky. As aging services providers, it’s easy for us to see the value of our work. The lives we touch and the families and caregivers we support -- all have an impact well beyond the walls of our organizations; however, to find real purpose and meaning in what we do, it is important that we tap our own potential, find the courage and determination to live our mission with focus on the values, talent, skills, and passion of those we serve to make a difference in the world.

LeadingAge Wisconsin invites you to attend our 2017 Spring Conference & Annual Business Meeting. This conference continues our unparalleled commitment to high quality education that serves the interests and needs of all aging service providers -- long-term care, assisted living, retirement living, and community service programs.

WHERE: Radisson Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton, WI

WHEN: May 3-5, 2017

WHO: Jeffrey Anderzhon, FAIA, will be a part of a panel discussion at session B08 on Thursday, May 4 from 11:30am to 12:30pm


Session Description:
B08-Senior Leadership & Governance Track (Part 2) Architects Panel: The Latest in Planning and Design

Senior living executives are working harder than ever to keep their communities successfully positioned to meet the needs of current and future residents. Rapidly changing consumer preferences, enhanced design requirements around memory care, integrated community models, resident wellness, and person-centered care all are changing the competitive landscape. This panel of Wisconsin-based, industry-leading architects will discuss key considerations in future design and will provide useful examples of communities who have recently expanded or redesigned elements of their campus.

Instruction Level: Intermediate Learner


  • Analyze the connection between changing sector trends and design.
  • Outline innovative planning and design approaches to meet the unique needs of today’s and tomorrow’s consumer.
  • Discuss real-life examples of communities who have implemented these various design concepts.

Relevant For: Organizational Executives and Board Members, Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living


  • Randall Bremhorst, Project Principal, Hoff man, LLC, Appleton, WI;
  • Jeff Hoffman, Director of Client Relations, AG Architects, Wauwatosa, WI;
  • Jeff Anderzohn, Senior Planner/Design Architect, Eppstein Uhen Architects, Milwaukee, WI;
  • Will Carney, Managing Director, Ziegler, Chicago, IL Session B08

Sponsored By Ziegler Chicago, IL

WHY: The 2017 LeadingAge Wisconsin Spring Conference features two special pre-conference seminars on dementia care, 37 educational sessions, a welcoming reception, an exciting evening of entertainment, unparalleled networking opportunities, the LeadingAge Wisconsin Annual Business Meeting, and the opportunity to build camaraderie with long-time friends and new acquaintances. Join us in Appleton for this conference where LeadingAge Wisconsin will pursue the Power of Purpose in senior services and supports.

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