The Green House Project and Pioneer Network Partner to Improve the Lives of Older Adults
A new partnership between the Green House Project, a not-for-profit dedicated to creating alternative living environments for seniors, and Pioneer Network, a not-for-profit advocating person-directed care, is being cultivated to improve the lives of residents in nursing home communities. According to Skilled Nursing News, “the joint entity will serve as a full-continuum consulting, advisory, and education partner for eldercare organizations.”
Industry visionary, Geriatrician and Nexus Fellow, Dr. Bill Thomas, has a long history of improving the quality of life and purpose for older adults. In the 1990s, he co-founded the Eden Alternative, the Pioneer Network and in 2003 he founded the Green House Project.
“For years, the Green House Project and Pioneer have collaborated on a variety of eldercare reform initiatives, driven by our shared history and mission to improve the lives of nursing home residents today and in the future,” said Pioneer Network President & CEO, Penny Cook. “Together, we will go farther than we could as parallel travelers on the same path.”
Read more at Skilled Nursing News.
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