Workshop Gives Aging Industry Service Providers View of “New Normal”

Greg Prosser works with aging service providers around the country everyday and learns first hand the challenges of running a business in the current economic climate. As creator of a software management system for these providers, Greg knows the ins and outs of how imperative it is for agencies and organizations to consider new ways to run their business.

“I’m excited that Life Enrichment Center in Fayetteville, Georgia has created an intensive workshop to address the issues facing senior service companies today,” says Prosser. “This is a fact-filled day for non-profit, government and private industry leaders to think about their businesses and evaluate if they are poised to deliver products and services in a new way, with new tools for a new generation of seniors.”

The conference, aptly named “Different is the New Normal” will take place February 23, 2012 at the Fayette Senior Services Life Enrichment Center in Fayetteville, Georgia. Conference leaders plan to help attendees rethink the role they play in the 21st Century in their organization and how they can retool their company with a framework for sustainability.

“Accessible is participating in this event to share our knowledge about how technology is impacting the industry, and how agencies can use new tools and resources to manage day-to-day senior programs from software, to mobile, social media, touchscreens, and more. Other topics include new approaches in food service management, staff recruitment, community partnerships, resource development planning, private pay models, and support services.

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