- Timezone: Europe/Paris
- Date: 10/12/2018
- Time: 5:00 pm - 8:45 pm
NNBA Pre-Conference 2018 – The Hidden Fortune In Home & Community Based Elder Care
by Stella Nsong, RN, CMC, CDP, LTCP
This workshop provides an over view of how community based elder care services are delivered in America today while highlighting the gaps in service delivery that nurse entrepreneurs could take advantage of. The seminar also discusses three entrepreneurial opportunities where nurses could make a difference in their community, cultivate entrepreneurial and leadership skills, influence the delivery of quality elder care services, create jobs and learning opportunities in the field of gerontology, create avenues to make caregiving a gratifying experience for older Americans and their family caregivers while earning a lucrative six figure income.
During this pre-conference seminar, you will learn:
- The 5 different ways that elder care is delivered in America today
- Why the US health care system values community based elder care and career alternatives that exist for nurses in the community health
- Identify 3 popular services gaps that exist in today’s elder care industry
- Discover 3 entrepreneurial opportunities that nurses can launch in less than 90 days with a minimal start up investment
Stella Nsong is a Nurse Entrepreneur, ELDER CARE CLIFF EXPERT, certified dementia practitioner, geriatric care manager, bestselling and awarded author. Accolades include Gold Medalist for practical nursing in 1990, nominated The Business Woman of the Year, nominated for the Platinum Award in Care Management as well as the Professional of Note in Geriatric Medicine in 2012, Stella won the Woman of Achievement Award in 2015. Stella writes a self syndicated column elder care advice column called “The Elder Care Cliff Report: What baby boomers need to know about caring for their parents. She owns the Six Figures Nurse Academy and recently launched the 100 Nurse Millionaire challenge whose goal is to show 100 nurses how to start an elder care business with minimal investment. Stella uses her story to share with nurses how to do the same and better than she did while growing profitable businesses.