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CONFERENCE
TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 4-5 P.M. EDT

TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 4-5 P.M. EDT

Notes from the Field: A SAGE PostOccupancy Evaluation of Menno Haven
Rehabilitation Center

Addressing the Staffing Crisis by Design

A multidisciplinary team of SAGE members has completed a
post-occupancy evaluation (POE) of Menno Haven Rehabilitation
Center-the first WELL-certified skilled nursing project and one
of Environments for Aging magazine's 2019 Design Showcase
winners. The POE compared the stated design goals against
the outcomes and measured how the building is functioning for
both residents and staff. This research uses CITI protocols, which
ensure the highest level of ethics and rigor in research. Dive
into the results of this 5th annual POE presentation, as SAGE
continues the tradition of helping providers and designers learn
from winning projects.
Lead speaker:
Amy Carpenter, principal, SFCS Inc.
Amy Carpenter, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, is a
principal in SFCS's Philadelphia regional office.
Named a "Leader of Tomorrow" by LongTerm Living magazine, she has over 25 years
of experience, with the past 20 years focused on senior living
design. She is a former board member of both White Horse
Village, a CCRC outside of Philadelphia, and SAGE (Society for
the Advancement of Gerontological Environments) and has led
the post-occupancy evaluation effort for SAGE for the last five
years. She also has a passion for shaping our nation's model codes
to better suit person-directed care. She sits on the International
Code Council (ICC) Health Care Committee and has been a
General Committee member for the ICC 2015, 2018, and 2021
code cycles. She frequently speaks at events including EFA Expo &
Conference, LeadingAge, and Pioneer Network.
Co-presenter:
Steve Lindsey, CEO, Garden Spot Village
Steve Lindsey is the CEO of Garden Spot
Communities, including Garden Spot Village, a
CCRC of 960+ residents located in New Holland,
Pa. and Maple Farm, a skilled nursing community in
Akron, Pa. Garden Spot Village was an early adopter of the household
approach to skilled nursing and has introduced a person-centered
approach throughout the organization. Lindsey has more than 25
years of administrative experience in both the retirement community
and rehabilitation hospital fields. He is a licensed nursing home
administrator with an MSW from Temple University and a BS from
Messiah College. He is involved in the Health Guidelines Revisions
Committee of the Facility Guidelines Institute, is a SAGE board
member, is on the Editorial Advisory Committee for Environments for
Aging and serves on numerous other nonprofit boards.
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Over the next decade, a surge in the aging population will
create unprecedented demand for residential care. Meanwhile,
many providers report difficulty attracting new employees
and retaining those they have. Combining these "old world"
concerns with the added pressures associated with COVID-19
will require senior living providers to rethink how they appeal
to a new generation of employees. This presentation will
demonstrate how a thoughtfully designed community can
foster an employee-friendly culture, help attach employees to a
sense of purpose, and strengthen collaboration. Attendees will
also learn how using technology and design thinking can make
senior living jobs less stressful and more rewarding.
Lead speaker:
Michael Rodebaugh, senior associate, market
sector leader for senior living, Leo A Daly
As the designer of over 1 million square feet of
senior living communities, Michael Rodebaugh,
AIA, NCARB, has a passion for designing
positive living environments for seniors. He has employed his
extensive background creating innovative solutions in hospitality
and mixed-use design to work toward transforming the norm
for senior living residences. He understands the challenges to
attract and retain staff and focuses on developing strategies for
employee well-being, efficiencies, and use of technology.
Co-presenter:
Chris Newport, executive director, Sinai
Residences of Boca Raton
With over a decade of experience with senior
living facilities, Chris Newport was directly
responsible for the start-up of Sinai Residences
of Boca Raton in Florida. His previous experiences have
included the general manager of the Wellbrooke of Wabash,
a campus located in Wabash, Ind., and has had several upper
management positions within the Life Care Services managed
community portfolio. He has a bachelor's degree in Sociology
and a master's in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan
University and holds licensure from the National Association of
Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB). He is a licensed
home administrator in four states. 


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