Ready, set… Grow!
We’re thrilled to share our big news: In January, we’re joining with the Institute for the Advancement of Senior Care (IASC) to form a bigger, better brand to bring you all the best long-term care executive and clinical strategies, insights, live events and continuing education in one place!
Our joint efforts and our new name—I Advance Senior Care—reflect the reason why our readers do what they do every day.
We’re combining the editorial excellence and depth of industry understanding you’ve learned to trust from Long-Term Living over the years with the scope and outreach of the Institute—including its popular Memory Care Forums, Lunch & Learn seminars and free educational webinars—with even more opportunities to earn continuing education credits and experience in-person networking on best practices with peers.
We’ve spent the past two years partnering with the leading associations in the industry and the brightest minds on the breaking edge of long-term care’s future. Together, we’ll bring you everything Long-Term Living has always provided and much more—and you’ll have access to that content in many more forms, including online, print, mobile, local events and regional events.
As Long-Term Living’s Editorial team, Nicole Stempak and I will continue to bring you the deep issues, industry expertise and daily topics happening in the long-term/post-acute care field. And, we’ll be adding the expertise and reach of the Institute, led by our colleague Adam Armstrong and owned by our parent company, Vendome Group, to bring seminars and other live events right to your home region.
During this exciting transition, you don’t need to do anything: Our website will transition automatically to www.iadvanceseniorcare.com, and your current subscriptions will continue to arrive as usual. We’ll start using our new logo this month and will complete the transition January 1. In the meantime, feel free to reach out to us as always—just send us an email or give us a call.
Pamela Tabar was editor-in-chief of I Advance Senior Care from 2013-2018. She has worked as a writer and editor for healthcare business media since 1998, including as News Editor of Healthcare Informatics. She has a master’s degree in journalism from Kent State University and a master’s degree in English from the University of York, England.
Topics: Executive Leadership