The second session in the series, The Future of Wellness in Senior Living, will be presented by Colin Milner, CEO of the International Council on Active Aging®, and will focus on the ways in which the future of wellness and senior living are intertwined.
Events are free for EngAge BC and BCCPA members and the subject matter of each presentation has been uniquely curated for independent living operators.
Webinars will lead up to the inaugural Seniors Living Expo + Job Fair taking place this November in the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre.
About The Future of Wellness in Senior Living
Boomers, middle market communities, employee-first workplaces, self-health management, living longer better, person centered approach to health and well-being, an aging workforce, redefining “old,” well-tech, and well care. These are just a few of the many trends changing the face of today’s senior living industry. Driving these changes is wellness. By attending this thought-provoking session, you will identify how the future of wellness and senior living are intertwined and how shifts in wellness are changing the industry. This session is a must attend session for anyone who has a long-term vested interest in senior living.
About the presenter
Colin Milner, CEO of the International Council on Active Aging®, is founder of the active-aging industry in North America and a leading authority on the health and well-being of the older adult. The World Economic Forum (WEF) has recognized Milner as one of the world’s “most innovative and influential minds” on aging-related topics. An award-winning writer, Milner has authored more than 300 articles. He has been published in such journals as Global Policy and the Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics. He also contributed a chapter to the WEF book Global Population Ageing: Peril or Promise? Efforts by the Milner have inspired a broad spectrum of groups to seek his counsel, including the World Health Organization, WEF’s Global Agenda Council on Aging, US Department of Health and Human Services, Canadian Special Senate Committee on Aging, and Apple.
Date: February 24th
Time: 12:00 to 1:00PM