A series of senior care providers and technology innovators will share how they leverage virtual care solutions to connect seniors to each other socially during an upcoming McKnight’s webinar. 

During the July 29 panel discussion, attendees will learn how to improve quality of life within their buildings by using technology that can also make employees’ jobs easier post-COVID-19. Full attendance earns participants one, free CE credit.

Better understand how to implement technology that enhances engagement in nursing homes with insights from these speakers:

Tammy Ryan, executive director of Sunshine Adult Care, will explain how getting residents engaged through technology is beneficial for both staff and residents.

Brandi Barnette, director at AmeriCorps Seniors Mountain Empire Older Citizens Inc., who has past experience in social work will give her take on the importance of utilizing technology to improve resident quality of life.

Mary Arthur, dementia care coordinator at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury, will share her guidance on how those with dementia can benefit from virtual care.

John F. Derr, a senior strategy consultant, will share his experience working at an executive level in various organizations.

Maria Moen, director of platform innovation for AdVault, will provide her IT and technology product knowledge and tips for finding technology solutions in care centers.

Tune-in at 1 p.m. ET for the full, 60-minute webinar and earn 1 CE credit. 

To learn more about this Birdsong-sponsored webinar or to register, click here