September 14, 2017
The Loft at 600F | 600 F St NW, Washington, D.C., 20004
The senior living workforce is passionate and committed to providing a safe, thriving, and engaged environment for senior living residents and their families. More workers are choosing senior living as a career path but as the nation’s aging demographic swells, the industry will need more workers and often will be competing with the broader service sector to find those employees.
The Argentum Workforce Development Symposium will convene nearly 100 of the leading executives in senior living with responsibility for HR, corporate talent recruitment, training & development, employee engagement, and company operations in a dynamic and interactive program focusing on building employee recruitment, retention, and engagement. LEARN MORE.
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"The Symposium was a great forum to discuss the workforce challenges we are all facing and learn from experts as well as associates in our industry."
Karleen Lergner, VP of Human Resources, Gardant Management Solutions
On June 20, more than 60 attendees joined Argentum in Washington, D.C. for the 2017 Memory Care Symposium sponsored by MatrixCare. Attendees heard from leading voices in senior living memory care operations and advocates for expanded dementia-related research. Topics included memory care in diverse communities and innovative, evidence-based approaches aimed at improving memory care services in senior living communities.
Special thanks to our featured speaker, George Vradenburg of UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, and our panelists and moderators: Stephanie Monroe, UsAgainstAlzheimer’s African American Network; Jason Resendez, LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s Network and Coalition – a network of UsAgainstAlzheimer’s; Carmen Pastor, Fuerza Contra Alzheimer’s; Virginia Biggar, Patient-Caregiver, Faith and Veteran Initiatives, UsAgainstAlzheimer’s; Jenna Weiss, The Alzheimer’s Resource Center; Jenny Overly, Unidine Corporation; Anne Basting, TimeSlips Creative Storytelling; Kristine Theurer, Java Group Programs, Inc.; and Maria Nadelstumph, Brandywine Living.
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