Strength & Service Series: Engagement Technology — What Happens When You Pair Technology and Creative Leadership

Keeping residents, families and staff connected and engaged through the pandemic and beyond

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020
Time: 1–2 p.m. EDT

The COVID-19 crisis has brought to the forefront of senior living the importance of staying connected, and the consequences of being isolated. Come see how the pairing of technology and creative leadership can lead to successful outcomes and improve the quality of life for everyone involved. Hosted by Jack York, President and co-founder of iN2L, Dave Gehm, President and CEO of Wellspring Lutheran Services, and Kevin McFeely, President and CEO of Tacoma Lutheran, will share their own experiences and expertise on creative ways they have kept their residents, families and staff connected and engaged through the pandemic.

The webinar highlights innovative technologies and the evolving ways technology can help keep residents and families connected in the virtual world (and beyond) and include a myriad of resources, many of them free, that keep the connections alive and blossoming. The session is 100 percent designed for non-technical individuals, and you will walk away with multiple ideas and solutions for your own setting. You will walk away with a new set of resources to utilize, and stories of inspiration you can emulate.

View a recording of the webinar here or find the complete slide presentation here.

About the Strength & Service Series

Lutheran Services in America’s Strength & Service Series is an interactive, virtual gathering of the best minds in our space, laser-focused on examining and tackling the unintended consequences and uncertainties in today’s climate — all with the goal of helping move your organization forward. Click here for details.