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SenbridGe is known for providing great content and a supportive community —and now you can experience both in a new way, as we introduce SenbridGe: The Satellite Sessions.
SenbridGe: The Satellite Sessions will bring the SenbridGe community together, share ideas from sector leaders and continue to explore the future of the sector as we chart a new course together.
Our goal is to reach as many of you as possible this year, which is why all sessions will be presented complimentary to our SenbridGe community and conveniently accessible from anywhere, and from any device.
The Future of Aging - Where Do We Go From Here?
December 10, 2020 | Live Webinar and Q&A | 11:00 AM EST
What comes to mind when you think of an older person? Who are they? Where do they live? What does their day look like? How do they want to live their life, make money, spend money, experience services and leave a legacy?
These are just some among the many provocative questions that Dr. Zayna Khayat covered in the new book The Future of Aging.
Join us for this Satellite Session as we discuss:
The signals and trends influencing the future of aging that are fundamentally different from anything it has been in the past.
How the seniors living sector has an unparalleled opportunity to help reimagine policies, services, products, technologies, living spaces, built environments, and community models that will be transformative for the lives of older adults.
How the future of aging impacts your organization, your stakeholders, and your offerings, and how to use these learnings to design services, products and policies for tomorrow’s aging client.
Upcoming Winter 2020 Sessions
Investing in Senior Living: To Buy or Not to Buy
(That is the COVID-19 Question)
Thursday, October 8, 2020 | Live Webinar and Q&A | 11:00 AM EST
Moderated by John O’Bryan, this SenbridGe panel will focus on all aspects of both value and, perhaps more importantly, liquidity in the seniors housing space. We will examine the capital sources available to the sector from public, private, institutional and foreign sources and explore another key component of liquidity – debt, from both a cost and availability perspective.
Questions we will cover include:
With robust housing markets and the inexorable march of demographic trends, is the sector a safe haven for predictable rental income?
Should the sector share the same favoured asset class as multi-family residential?
Assuming a post-COVID future, where does LTC fit from an investment perspective?
Are there jurisdictions where public policy and private operators can work effectively?