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Elevate Eldercare

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Elevate Eldercare

A business and society & culture podcast from The Green House Project

Nursing homes rarely garner positive attention, particularly from the media, and especially since the onset of COVID-19. Join Susan Ryan, senior director of The Green House Project, each Wednesday for enlightening, provocative, and sometimes
uncomfortable conversations with thought leaders who offer diverse perspectives aimed at elevating eldercare.

Susan and her guests explore the opportunities and challenges to actualizing a vision for dignified eldercare through the lens of the Green House model of long-term care. Whether you are a senior housing provider, an aging services consumer, or someone who is interested in creating a better model of long-term care,
we’ve got you covered. Friday’s, “Let Me Say This About That” show is a bite-sized, rapid-fire recap episode with how to take action tips.

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