The month of May became a nice snapshot of The Green House journey, ranging from the 10 year Anniversary in Tupelo, MS, to opening California’s first Green House home.
NEW VIDEO: Steve McAlilly, the visionary leader who believed in The Green House model and brought it to his organization, tells a story about its impact.
Maria Shriver’s blog recently featured The Green House model and how a small environment and deep-knowing relationships helped to create a meaningful life for one family.
Leading Age President and CEO, Larry Minnix will host a luncheon and briefing on The Green House Project at the national Leading Age office in Washington, D.C., Feb. 20.
LeadingAge CEO Larry Minnix shared an inspiring blog about how far aging services have come and singled out leading programs to watch, including The Green House Project.
“Part of being home is being where you belong,” states Dr.Bill Thomas.
Last week, The Green House Project participated in a conference presented by The Erickson School’s Institute for Leadership. The School’s mission is to convene leaders in the field of aging services, through summit educational programs and research, to discuss and develop solutions to the common challenges that await in the future.
This holiday season, we reflect on the power of creating real homes, meaningful lives and empowerment for those who live and work in Green House homes. We are gratified to know that in 32 states across the country, a Green … Continue reading →
In honor of Veteran’s Day, the Health Affairs GrantWatch Blog is highlighting those foundations that have supported programs to make life better for our nation’s heros. They pay tribute to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Funded Green House Project’s work with … Continue reading →
Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center Green House homes were featured on the local news. They broke ground on their two homes, and are planning to open in Spring of 2014. As State Commander, John Fredrickson said, these homes will be, … Continue reading →
The Green House Project has been called the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) signature example of bringing game-changing ideas to scale. It started with an idea 12 years ago for a housing and skilled-nursing care environment that could provide a … Continue reading →
The 2012 LeadingAge Annual Meeting in Denver, CO was an incredible opportunity to connect with thousands of aging services professionals and explore the current and future needs of our field. Through engaging education sessions and a robust exhibit hall, innovative … Continue reading →
The winners of the 2012 LeadingAge Awards embody the LeadingAge promise, to “Inspire. Serve. Advocate.” As a pioneer of culture change, and innovative care for elders, Steve McAlilly is an extremely deserving recipient. The Green House Project joins Leading Age … Continue reading →
Rebecca Priest, of St. John’s home in Rochester, talks about her experience with Surplus Safety, and how to create a process to support risk in long term care
The Green House Project offers a model for long-term care designed to look and feel like a real home. Green House homes are seen as a national leader and proven business model for long-term care.
Leonard Florence Center for Living in Chelsea, Mass., is a prime example of the revolutionary potential of The Green House model and was recently honored by McKnight’s technology award, “Boston’s Chelsea Jewish Foundation won the top prize in the High Tech/High Touch category of McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards — Connect Our World.”
Green House model creator, Dr. Bill Thomas,”an international authority on geriatric medicine and eldercare”, will be honored by The Long Term Care Coalition in a fundraiser to benefit the coalition. The theme of this year’s fundraiser, “improving the lives of … Continue reading →
Sarah Neuman, is a Green House Project with a long history of culture change, “The initiative is an outgrowth of our cultural change,” said Lisa Feiner, chair of the Sarah Neuman board. In this recent article, in The Patch online newspapre, the project in Westchester County, NY, is upheld as revolutionary.
“Meaningful Life, Meaningful Engagement” was a most appropriate theme this year for the 5th Annual Green House Meeting and Celebration! Over 160 people representing Green House home adopters from Alaska to Florida spent three days learning, laughing, building relationships, sharing … Continue reading →
On September 7, 2012, WGVU a local NPR affiliate in Michigan interviewed Dr. Bill Thomas, and Porter Hills CEO, Ingrid Weaver, about The Green House Project. They discuss how the model transforms the philosophy, organizational design and environment of traditional long term care, radically shifting the paradigm of aging!