IASC launches new expert podcast series

You can now take I Advance Senior Care with you while you’re doing errands or riding the bus.

We’ve launched a new IASC Podcast series to host informal conversations about issues facing the long-term care industry, such as activities planning, culture change, baby boomers, person-centered care, Medicare fraud and nurse training.

“IASC is releasing these podcasts because there aren’t many podcasts dedicated to healthcare professionals and the continuum of care,” says Adam Armstrong, director of the Institute for the Advancement of Senior Care. “The podcast series offers a glimpse into the great interviews that IASC is already doing but adds humanity because you can hear their voice and their story.”

Think of the IASC Podcast as a fireside chat: intimate, candid, informal conversations from experts delivered via a medium that’s consumable and available whenever, wherever.

Episodes will drop to your favorite podcast host sites, including iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher. We will also house them on our website.

Our first episode features regular editorial contributor Denise Boudreau-Scott, president and owner of Drive, to talk about what employees aren’t telling you—and how that affects the organization’s overall culture and resident care. Click here to listen.

Stay tuned for the next episode, where Armstrong talks with Alisa Tagg, president of the National Association of Activity Professionals, about the consumerism of services and how activity professionals must go beyond bingo to offer creative programs focusing on wellness and preventive health in order to satisfy the next generation of residents.

Related: The Top Secrets Employees Aren’t Telling You: Culture Change in Modern Long-Term Healthcare

Topics: Activities , Leadership