Memory Care: (Unfortunately) A Hot Market

Recorded Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)

Whether constructing a stand-alone facility or repurposing a cluster of existing units to memory care, developers and providers alike are recognizing the opportunity for organizational growth while fulfilling a greatly increasing need. But operating a memory care facility—or repurposing independent living units or an assisted living wing into memory care—is not as easy as you may think. Resident safety, staff training, amenities, activities…even technological tools all differ for this category of residents.
 

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AT A GLANCE
DATE: Recorded Thursday, October 24, 2013
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Should you add a memory care facility or wing—what’s really involved?
What does a memory care program cost, and what can you charge?
Can a memory care program enhance underutilized properties?
How do you minimize risk to residents and to your organization?
PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about memory care.

 

Panel of Experts:

Michael Smith
Michael has served as Executive Director since 1996 and is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator. Prior to joining the Resource Center staff, he was a Manager with Ernst & Young, LLP in their Health Care Consulting Practice. He has a degree in Health Care Administration from Stonehill College and has taught graduate courses in Health Care Public Policy at Yale University and the University of Connecticut. Michael is a member of the Read More
President & CEO, Alzheimer’s Research Center of Connecticut, Inc.
Michelle Egerer
Michelle Egerer joined Silverado Senior Living in May 2002. Her 30-year career in health care management includes start-ups, turnarounds and mergers and acquisitions. For over 20 years, Michelle has served in top executive positions including Administrator and Chief Executive Officer for a variety of behavioral health care companies. With her extensive clinical and operations background and experience, she brings a unique knowledge of business Read More
Senior Vice President, Community Operations, Silverado Senior Living
Letitia Jackson, Wexford Place
Letitia Jackson has been employed with Senior Star for over 16 years and has served in a variety of roles, including Executive Director, Regional Director, Director of Health Services and Regional Director of Marketing. Letitia has helped develop and define the Senior Star approach to memory care. With more than 25 years’ experience as a leader in the field of senior housing and care, she is currently completing an eight-year term as a Read More
VP of Health Services/Programs, Senior Star at Wexford Place
Curtis King
In his career at HJ Sims, Curtis King has completed more than 25 senior living and long-term care financings totaling over $200 million in equity and subordinate debt. His experience includes investments in entry fee continuing care retirement communities, rental independent and assisted living communities and skilled nursing facilities. He also provides structuring, analysis and valuation for Sims’ priority originations including Read More
Vice President, Herbert J. Sims & Co.
Eric McRoberts
Click here to see Eric McRoberts featured in the November/December 2013 edition of Senior Living Business Interactive Eric McRoberts, AIA, a partner in the architectural firm of RLPS Architects, has been involved in the design of award-winning seniors’ housing and long-term care environments for more than 20 years. He has served as lead designer on four projects that garnered top honors for the prestigious AIA/AAHSA Design for Aging Review Read More
Partner, RLPS Architects