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Join us for our keynote speaker, Hollie Kemp, EVP of Sagely, followed by a panel of KC-area senior living professionals as we discuss assessing, interacting, engaging, and providing quality programming for residents. Senior living providers, as well as, caregivers and others who serve those aging in place are sure to walk away with new insights on life enrichment for all levels of care including dementia.
Thanks to our hosts for this month's event - Brookdale Wornall Place.
Coffee will be served at 8:00 am for networking and the program will begin at 8:30 am,
Our keynote speaker will be Hollie Kemp, Executive Vice President, of Sagely
Hollie will discuss assessing, interacting, engaging, and providing quality programming for residents can be challenging especially for individuals with dementia. Sagely, senior living's leading resident engagement platform, is on a mission to keep our elders happy, healthy, connected and independent.
This discussion will provide attendees information on how to:
The keynote will be followed by a panel of panel with KC-area senior living professionals in a discussion on their experience with resident engagement and activity programs.
Executive Vice President
Hollie Kemp has a distinguished background in Alzheimer's and dementia care programming, resident experience and wellness. Prior to joining Sagely, she served as Chief Experience Officer at Watercrest Senior Living, Vice President of Resident Engagement for Senior Lifestyle Corporation and Corporate Director of Dementia Care for Compass Pointe Healthcare System. She has been recognized twice b…
Hollie Kemp has a distinguished background in Alzheimer's and dementia care programming, resident experience and wellness. Prior to joining Sagely, she served as Chief Experience Officer at Watercrest Senior Living, Vice President of Resident Engagement for Senior Lifestyle Corporation and Corporate Director of Dementia Care for Compass Pointe Healthcare System. She has been recognized twice by Argentum for excellence in her field. In 2017, she was awarded a Best of the Best award for Senior Lifestyle Corporation's Essence aromatherapy program and, in 2019, Kemp was recognized as one of Argentum’s 2019 Senior Living Leaders Under 40.
Mission Chateau Senior Living
Director of Resident Programs
Brookdale Wornall Place
Travanse Living at Olathe
Peaches comes from a background of banking and adult-care administration. Peaches received her BA from Williams Woods College. In 1984 she began her community involvement with the KC Junior League and was presented at the 1984 BOTAR Ball, and has continued her service to the community through The American Royal. Peaches was a vice-president with Central Bank and specialized in bookkeeping and customer service. Peaches changed career directions when her family opened The Atriums, a luxury senior living community. She was executive director and is currently the executive director of Carnegie Village in Belton, another Tutera Family Community. In 1996, Currently she is the Executive Director of Mission Château Senior Living Community
Tom Inderhees is the executive director at Travanse Living at Olathe. His duties include overseeing the community’s day-to-day operations and team management, hiring all department heads and care staff, and coordinating with the management company, Integral Senior Living.
Tom joined Travanse Living and Integrated Senior Living in 2018 after a 20-year career in the senior living industry, originally working in information technology. Tom is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, and earned both his master’s degree in management information systems and a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Friends University.
Aging2.0 Kansas City Chapter
Aging2.0 Kansas City Chapter
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