If you caught any of the livestream video coverage we provided at the Green House Meeting and Celebration in Grand Rapids last week you saw how powerful and impactful social media can be in connecting people and sharing stories.
Maybe you watched as Ota Champagne, an elder from Porter Hills, recalled being one of the first American women to work in occupied Japan after WWII under General McArthur. Or you saw renowned dementia expert Teepa Snow share her energy with the crowd in a transformative, interactive keynote on living with and learning from people with dementia. Or maybe you caught some of the many stories from Green House elders, guides, Shahbaz, nurses and others participating in the conference.
If not, don’t worry — all the livestream video sessions and keynotes plus extras are being uploaded to the new Green House Project YouTube Channel. Below is a gallery of the latest videos. If you’re a fan of The Green House Project, please visit their YouTube Channel and click the “Subscribe” button to receive email updates every time a new video is uploaded.
Livestreaming services for the Green House Meeting and Celebration were provided by ChangingMedia, the creative team I’ve collaborated with to build the ChangingAging Blogstream, publish Tribes of Eden and spearhead many other exciting projects. Check out our site and get updates on future livestream broadcasts by subscribing to our Ustream Channel by clicking the “Join the Crowd” button here.