Right at Home Newsletter — Right at Home takes part in Kentucky Senior Living Association 2018 Conference & Exhibition and Fundraiser for Hyde Park Center for Older Adults
Kentucky Senior Living Association 2018 Conference & Exhibition
On May 30th and 31st, Tony Fenno, Owner of Right at Home of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati, along with Terry Rogers (Louisville) and Eric Hudson (Lexington), attended Kentucky Senior Living Association's 2018 Conference and Exhibition. KSLA’s 2018 conference was an educational gathering of senior living industry professionals at all levels of operations.
From owner/operators to large corporations, from the executive level management team to front line caregivers, the 2018 conference provided the opportunity to learn new approaches to daily operations, network with industry professionals, and invest in your community. The conference was packed full of vendors, speakers, and exhibitors with several CEU educational sessions subjected around assisted living and the senior housing industry.
• V.A. Aid & Attendance & Advance Directives
• Sales & Marketing
• Human Resources
• Memory Care
• General Assembly Recap
• Emergency Preparedness
• Struggles with Medication Management & Misuse in Senior Living
Pictured below are Tony Fenno and the Right at Home booth set up to educate others on the senior home care services we provide.
Fundraiser for Hyde Park Center for Older Adults
Reds Hall of Famer Tom Browning will be Roasted & Toasted at a summer fundraiser for Hyde Park Center for Older Adults on Thursday, July 12, 2018 at The Syndicate in Newport, KY. A pre-event gathering with special drink prices will be held at the new Browning & Sons Bar on York Street in Newport.
This evening of verbal tennis (Rated PG-13) will celebrate Tom’s baseball career and his continuing commitment to the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky communities. Celebrity roasters include former WCPO sports anchor Dennis Janson, former Red Ron Oester, THE ROASTER, and “one of the funniest people I have ever known,” according to Tom Browning, former Reds & Pirates great, Dave Parker. Comedienne Josh Sneed. will also “honor” Tom. Betsy Ross, President, Game Day Promotions and former local news and ESPN anchor, will emcee.
The door opens at The Newport Syndicate at 6:30 p.m. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person, and include appetizers and one drink ticket at The Syndicate. Reserved table for 4 with signage is $250. Sponsorships are available and range from $500-$2000. There will be a silent auction with a wide variety of items including restaurant and retail gift certificates and jewelry. All proceeds will benefit services for seniors provided by Hyde Park Center for Older Adults. For more information on tickets and sponsorships, contact Terese Munro at 513-321-6816 or [email protected].