Leveraging Well-Being as a Competitive Advantage
Join us for a discussion with Lisa Legeer, SVP Strategic Partnerships, at GlynnDevins and Hollie Kemp, Sagely’s EVP, on how well-executed engagement programs can provide a competitive edge from sales and marketing to resident satisfaction to family relations.
Many senior living communities are shifting their focus to well-being rather than care.
A 2019 International Council on Active Aging survey found that 60% of respondents said their communities will be based in a wellness lifestyle with options in care vs. based in care with wellness offerings.
This can provide these communities with a competitive advantage.
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Lisa Legeer brings more than two decades of senior living and healthcare experience to GlynnDevins, overseeing the firm’s partner ecosystem. Lisa has a strong track record of success in senior living, formerly a Principal at Dixon Hughes Goodman. Her experience with community development and operations, combined with data-driven research, is instrumental in providing meaningful insights that drive brand and business strategies for clients.
Hollie Kemp is a two-time National Award-winning Memory Care and Engagement expert. She has a distinguished background in Alzheimer’s and dementia programming, resident experience and wellness. Prior to joining Sagely, she was Chief Experience Officer at Watercrest Senior Living, VP of Resident Engagement for Senior Lifestyle Corporation and Corporate Director of Dementia Care for Compass Pointe Healthcare.