A Conversation with Eloy Van Hal:
The Future of Senior Care After COVID – 19
June 24, 2020 (Virtual)
12:30PM – 2:00PM
COVID-19 has exposed the cracks in our tenuous system of providing and funding long-term care. Comprehensive long-term care reform is needed more than ever before. An important piece of this reform is having more safe, affordable residential care options, including smaller scale residential models. Such residential housing models already exist in the Netherlands with the Dementia Village concept. In a “town hall’ style format, the co-founder of the Netherlands’ Dementia Village, Eloy van Hal, will discuss the value of small scale senior housing and implementing the concept in the United States.
All are welcome, no cost to attend.
Eloy van Hal is one of the founders of the world renowned Dementia Village: The Hogeweyk, and senior managing advisor in the Be The Hogeweyk Care Concept Advisory team of the Vivium Care Group. Eloy brings a strong understanding of innovative care concepts for elderly living with dementia and as a consultant regarding aging all over the world.