Wednesday, June 7th & 28th | 2pm Eastern | 30 minutes + Q&A
All registrants will receive a link to the webinar replay.
Learn about the impacts of senior loneliness and how you can fight it to boost client satisfaction and even increase caregiver retention!
Loneliness is a silent epidemic that has a huge impact on quality of life for seniors across the globe. Among the effects of loneliness for seniors are increased mortality rates and other health risks. Join us for June's CORE Webinar as we team up with Chief Gerontologist, Kerry Burnight, Ph.D. from grandPad to discuss how to address senior loneliness in order to increase your client satisfaction. We'll also discuss how addressing these issues can help with caregiver retention.
By attending, you'll learn about...
- the health risks of senior loneliness.
- findings from recent studies on senior loneliness.
- how to effectively reduce loneliness.
- the impact of reducing loneliness on client satisfaction.
- how senior loneliness impacts caregiver satisfaction and ultimately caregiver retention.
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Home Care Pulse
Before joining Home Care Pulse, Erik spent eighteen years working with a global consumer products company covering sales, marketing, customer support, and operations. He joined Home Care Pulse after a friend told him that it was a fast company focused on serving people. Erik has a master’s degree in business management from Idaho State University, and he loves using his knowledge and experience to help others succeed and organize chaos into functioning systems and processes.
Kerry Burnight, PhD
Dr. Kerry Burnight is a Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of California Irvine and is the Chief Gerontologist at grandPad. Burnight is a national expert in the prevention of elder abuse and neglect. She's the Founder and Director of the nation’s first Elder Abuse Forensic Center where she and her team have served over 1,600 seniors who have endured abuse. Burnight was awarded for her work with elders by the U.S. Attorney General and was has appeared on such shows as CBS News, the Dr. Phil Show, and The Doctors.