40 minutes | Nov 12, 2020

Senior Care Designs in a Covid-19 World: Considerations to Improve Infection Control

“When we design senior living, we focus on what makes life worth living for our residents.” William Brummet, Principal Architect, William Brummet Architects   Sponsored By Serenity Engage is a HIPAA-compliant conversation platform that increases move-ins, streamlines communications, and reduces risk for senior care providers. And because better communication means less litigation, ask us how to get a 10% insurance premium discount for using Serenity. Learn more at www.serenityengage.com. About The Episode When it comes to creating change, it can start from the ground up. Our Mavericks, Francis & Taylor, learn the ins and outs of designing senior living for better infection control from William Brummett, an architect specializing in senior and special care settings for 28 years. Mr. Brummett was the recipient of 3 national fellowships to study senior living, a past fellow at Institute on Aging and Environment, focusing on memory care, and the author of two published books on senior care. Watch this episode to learn: Why the industry is shifting from “hospitality” to settings of meaningful activity, community connection and authenticity How all private units aids in infection control Why many good design responses to infection control are already supported by existing life safety and FGI codes Free eBook on Collaborative Care And if you want to build trusted relationships with the families of your residents that increases satisfaction scores, lowers cost of care delivery, and drives revenue, download the ebook below to get started. The Mavericks worked with a cross-section of roles in senior care to create a 14-Day Communication Plan to build trusted relationships between staff and families. These relationships are proving to: Improve resident/patient well-being Increase family satisfaction Increase staff job satisfaction, decreasing turnover Increase move-ins and referrals     Download eBook now! P.S. Ready to get your Mavericks coffee mug? Share with us what your favorite idea from either this conversation or your own ideas and experience about how we can support our older population right now. Email or post the answer on our social media and your Mavericks coffee mug will be in the mail. If you like this episode, please subscribe! Tell us what you think, and what you’d like to see changed in senior care. —————————————————- We’re all about challenging the status quo here at Maverick’s Headquarters! Welcome to the Challenging The Way We Age podcast by the Mavericks of Senior Living. We are two innovators and entrepreneurs who have huge hearts and passion for our older adults. And we see all kinds of opportunities to improve today’s system and create hope for the way we age. We tackle hard topics with the goal of creating conversation and generating curiosity and ingenuity to solve these problems. Want to join the Maverick Movement? Have a story on how you or your team are fostering ingenuity. Share it with us and check out our other episodes to light your innovation fire. Don’t forget to subscribe for more great interviews. JOIN THE MOVEMENT —————————————————- Mavericks of Senior Living is sponsored by Serenity Engage, Inc. and Assured Assisted Living. This episode was produced by Katherine Wells and Francis LeGasse.   You can subscribe to Mavericks for Senior Living on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or Stitcher. You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook, or via email at ignitehope@mavericksofseniorliving. Here’s where you can learn more about the people and ideas in this episode: SOURCES William Brummet, Principal Architect, William Brummet Architects Katherine Wells, CEO, SerenityApp, Inc., Chapter Head of Denver Daughterhood Circle Francis LeGasse, CEO, Assured Assisted Living, Sevens Residential Care, Sevens Home Care
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