February 2016
Featured Member
Crown Center for Senior Living
(St. Louis, MO)
We are very proud to announce that our Featured Member for the month of February is: Crown Center for Senior Living.

To read the featured story, visit our website 

Please visit the Crown Center for Senior Living website: https://www.crowncenterstl.org/
2016 Annual Conference:
Registration Now Open
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Charles E. Smith Life Communities
(Rockville, MD)
A week-long Chamber Musical Festival featuring a string quartet-in-residence at Charles E. Smith Life Communities in December was a resounding success. Plans are now in full swing for a spring edition of the special program, partially funded by a Tarisio Trust Young Artists Grant awarded to Smith Life Communities' staff musician-in-residence, Lauren Latessa.
 
'Homelike' is the New Standard for Senior Living
Jewish Senior Life
(Rochester, NY)
Upgrades to local senior living communities as well as new projects are centering on a fresh model of care that strives to create a more home-like atmosphere for residents.

Two of the projects are coming from Rochester Regional Health and Jewish Senior Life. One is a
$23 million project to build a 111-bed assisted living community in Greece. It is due for completion in the fall.
 
Director of Older Adults Grants Departs Weinberg Foundation
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
(Owings, MD)
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in the United States, announces that Michael Marcus, Program Director, Older Adults Services, will leave the Foundation on February 29, 2016. After almost a decade at the Weinberg Foundation, Marcus will leave to launch his own consulting business focused on policy and advocacy efforts for older adults in the United States.











Renowned Dementia Expert Teepa Snow to Conduct Certification Training Workshop
Chelsea Jewish Foundation
(Chelsea, MA)
Teepa Snow, a nationally recognized expert in the field of dementia training and education, is presenting her esteemed "Positive Approach to Care" through a Certification Training Workshop on Friday, April 15th and Saturday, April 16th in Chelsea, MA. Teepa Snow will only be conducting 15 PAC certifications in the United States in 2016; this is the only one offered in Massachusetts. Widely used by families and professionals who are dedicated to caring for those with dementia or other brain impairments, Teepa's techniques have been recognized throughout the country and have significantly helped change the culture of dementia care.