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Repositioned for Success to Better Serve Seniors

Employee engagement, company culture, staff retention, all are popular topics in our industry. What about resident engagement? Are there steps a community’s leadership can take today to ensure their community’s repositioning plans are creating opportunities to increase its social capital?  There is not a one-size fits all solution.

Read the case study of Casa de las Campanas (pictured above), a not-for-profit Life Plan Community in San Diego, and how it repositioned itself to remain relevant and attractive to residents seeking senior living options in its competitive marketplace.

The community’s repositioning plans created opportunities to increase resident engagement.  Rather than avoiding traffic in the hallways, strategic design created intersections and hubs of activity for purposeful and intentional collisions of interaction. Poorly lit, single-use rooms were transformed into light-filled multipurpose areas for socializing and sharing ideas. The approach has helped Casa gain a competitive edge in a growing market.

Hear more about occupancy and other current trends during the Seniors Housing Midwest Conference. Notable industry leaders will discuss operations, capitol allocation, and their outlook for the remainder of 2018.

Join us at InterFace Seniors Housing Midwest Conference in Chicago
State of the Industry and Mid-Year Outlook, June 7, 9:10-10:00 a.m.

Joel Nelson, LCS president and CEO, joins other industry leaders for a panel discussion about trends in operations, investment, development, and finance. Topics may include:

  • Traffic and occupancy trends
  • Human capital development programs
  • Biggest operating concerns
  • Investment allocation priorities

LCS Development is a strategic third-party redevelopment partner. We look forward to discussing your end goals and how we can help get you there.

Won’t be joining us in Chicago? Check out our Industry Conference Schedule for details on other conferences we’ll be attending.

Hear what others say about working with us. Contact us online or call 515.875.4755 with any redevelopment questions.