Join us in 2020 as AGE-u-cate embarks on a Virtual Road Trip around the globe to empower and ignite participants by learning from innovators, change agents and creative minds in the dementia care space!
Our next stop is…

Person-Centered Environments – What’s Happening Now and What Does the Future Hold?
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
1:00 p.m. CDT

Penny Cook, MSW
President & CEO,Pioneer Network

Penny is the President and CEO of Pioneer Network, a 23-year-old non-profit organization dedicated to changing the culture of aging and enhancing the quality of life for those who live and work in long-term care communities. For over 28 years she has provided education, training, and advocacy related to the care and support of elders. Penny is passionate about helping us all value and respect our own aging as well as those that we serve.

Janine Finck-Boyle, MBA/HCA, LNHA
Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Leading Age

Janine Finck-Boyle, MBA/HCA, LNHA has been a licensed nursing home administrator for 20 years including time as CEO and Executive Director of multiple SNFs, Nursing Homes and LTACs and administratively supporting a Hospice organization. Currently, Janine is the LeadingAge Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and oversees LeadingAge’s response to and intervention in regulatory-related issues impacting LeadingAge members.

COVID-19 has had dramatic effects on person-centered models of care, and the question of how we will continue to support communities through the pandemic is a concern for stakeholders across the spectrum of healthcare. Join us as we talk with top leaders as we take a deep dive into the past, present and future of person-centered and culture change initiatives.
See past Virtual Road Trip and other related recordings here on our YouTube™ Channel