News, Events & Updates
From The Green House Project

  • Journal Calls Out Green House as the Future of LTC
  • A Story from the Frontlines: Finding PPE in Unlikely Places
  • Wesley Retirement Completes Next Step Toward Green House Completion
  • Green House in the News
  • Workforce Webinar Honors Nurses
  • Green House Design Webinar Explores Privacy, Dignity, and Choice
  • Elevate Eldercare Highlights Steve Nash of Stoddard Baptist Home
Journal Highlights Green House as Future Model of LTC
The future of long-term care requires investment in both...

In 1995, Medicaid spent 18 cents out of every long-term care dollar on HCBS5 . Today, Medicaid devotes 57 cents of every long-term care dollar to HCBS. Although the increased investment in HCBS has allowed many individuals to remain in the...

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Jewish Senior Life: A Unique Partnership with an Amish Community Solves a PPE Problem
At Green House we often say “It’s all about relationships” and that certainly was the case for Green House partner Jewish Senior Life (JSL) in Rochester, N.Y.. Early on in the pandemic, JSL had trouble finding PPE that was accessible and affordable. 

An Unlikely Connection
It’s a story of creativity and relationships. The JSL team wondered if the local Amish community might be able to help. This is when JSL Chief Information Officer Travis Masonis stepped up to make a crucial connection.

Education Completed for Wesley Meadows' New
Green House Home
Congratulations to the team members from Methodist Senior Services who recently graduated from Green House Core Team Education.

These team members will soon be welcoming elders to the Dan and Margaret Maddox Green House Home in Hernando, Miss. This new home is dedicated to individuals living with dementia. Once opened, it will be 360th Green House home opened in 32 states.
Green House in the News
The Green House model has garnered nearly 70 positive press hits in prominent national, international, and local outlets since April 2020. Even greater are the number of articles, webinars, and discussions about the future of seniors housing that call for all-private rooms, “more homelike spaces,” small-home built environments—all of which are hallmarks of the Green House model.

Following are highlights of our recent coverage:
Workforce Webinar Honors Nurses during
National Nurses Week
Join us on May 11 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern, for an event that examines the traumatic impact the pandemic has had on the healthcare workforce.

Barbara Patterson-Paul, BSN, RN, vice president of the Nurse Consulting Division at Select Rehab, will explain the symptoms of trauma, explore that foundations of resilience, and discuss strategies for coping.

Nurse attendees may earn 1 nurse contact hour for this webinar.

Green House Design Webinar Examines Dignity,
Privacy, and Choice
The next webinar in our design series, on May 4 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern, will examine dignity, privacy, and choice as it pertains to elders and Green House design.

From Willow Ridge Mennonite Home Communities, Bluffton, Ohio​​​​, ​Heather Clum, director of nursing, and Jessica Guerrero will serve on a panel moderated by Lee Pelligrino, associate principal, Perkins Eastman.

Steve Nash Examines his Unique Call to Leadership
In this week's Elevate Eldercare podcast, Susan Ryan sits down with Steve Nash, president and CEO of the Stoddard Baptist Home, which has a legacy of caring for elders in the Washington, D.C., metro area since 1902.

In addition to his numerous leadership roles, Steve was also a recipient of a national grant for training nursing home administrators by the National Caucus and Center on Black Aging.

Steve's stellar leadership capabilities are impressive, and became even more obvious to me as we talked about leading his staff through the pandemic over the least year.