At the 9th Annual Senior Living Conference sponsored by Horst Construction, senior living executives will learn about profitable new strategies, especially in the areas of financing and operations, that they can put to work at their senior communities.
(PRWEB) February 22, 2010 -- The 9th Annual Senior Living Conference sponsored by Horst Construction will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, at the Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, PA. This year’s conference, one of the mid-Atlantic region’s premier learning and networking opportunities exclusively for senior living executives, is themed “The New Normal: Navigating Today’s Dynamic Senior Environment.” Download a registration form now and return before April l.
Jim Moore, president of Moore Diversified Services and a leading national consultant to the senior housing industry, is the keynote speaker for the conference. Moore will discuss “Strategies for Moving Forward in an Uncertain Environment,” reviewing changes to senior care management in the last 12 months and tactics for creating a positive future.
According to Terry Kile, vice president of sales and marketing at Horst Construction, “This year’s conference is really focused on strategies — specifically for financing and operations — that will help attendees direct their time and talents toward solving the tough problems that exist in this market.”
Other scheduled presenters at the senior living conference include:
- Steven Jeffrey, director of Ziegler Capital Markets, who will provide a financial update on senior living financing in the Northeast U.S. and beyond.
- Joseph E. Murphy, NHA, CEO, The Masonic Villages of Pennsylvania, who will present “GAO - Is More CCRC Oversight Required to Protect Residents?”
- Orla Nugent, president, PALA, who will review the path to the new Assisted Living Regulations for AL providers in the Commonwealth of PA.
- Tom Anderson, corporate manager, August Mack Environmental, a national engineering firm focusing on energy and environmental issues, who will present “Low Hanging Fruit for Energy and Environmental Change in Senior Care Communities.”
To learn more about about the Horst Senior Living Conference, contact Beth Mack at 717-581-9981 or visit this web page
Listen to a podcast series featuring Jim Moore discussing trends in senior living.
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