2021 NIC Fall Conference Aims to Spur Collaboration, Partnerships to Improve Care for Older Adults

The 2021 NIC Fall Conference, hosted by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC), will explore how senior housing and skilled nursing care leaders can share best practices, innovate new ideas, and form strategic partnerships to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and meet the changing needs of America’s older adults.

The Fall Conference, which takes place November 1-3 in Houston, Texas, will kick off with a press briefing featuring remarks from Brian Jurutka, NIC’s president and chief executive officer, about the state of the sector. Jurutka will discuss how the industry adapted during COVID, the data points that NIC is monitoring now, and how the organization is fulfilling its mission to increase choice and access for older adults. Details about registering for the briefing are below.

Key panels at the 2021 NIC Fall Conference include:

  • Policy Impact and Outlook: A Conversation with Industry Leaders: COVID-19 shifted policymaker’s focus to the senior housing industry. Industry leaders will share their insights into the key policy and funding proposals and the potential impacts for senior housing and skilled nursing providers.
  • Solving for the ‘Forgotten’ Middle Market: By 2029, there will be 14.4 million middle-income seniors in the United States, many with enough financial resources to disqualify them from public programs but too little to afford today’s senior housing options. Hear the data and latest ideas from innovators in the sector and how they are developing solutions for this population.

Register at FallConference.NIC.org.