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2016 Leaders of Tomorrow nominations are open!

January 6, 2016
by The Long-Term Living Editors
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We all know someone who goes beyond the "call of duty," is a leader in culture change and quality improvement and serves as a role model, inspiring others along the way. Do you know a caregiver or administrator who is a true leader and change-maker in quality senior care? It's time to nominate someone for the 2016 Leaders of Tomorrow awards program!

Long-Term Living created its Leaders of Tomorrow awards program in 2012 to seek out and recognize professionals who are busy changing the norms of senior care delivery in their own spaces and people who are striving to make a greater difference on a national or international level, in one of these areas:

  • administration/operations
  • clinical care
  • memory care
  • research/academia
  • policy/advocacy
  • technology

To be considered for the program, the nominees:

  • Must not have been named a Leader of Tomorrow in the past.
  • Must currently be contributing to the welfare of older adults in one of the aforementioned areas.
  • Must be acting as a role model for others for change and advancement in senior care.

All nominees are researched and vetted by Long-Term Living’s Editorial team, and all decisions on winners are made by the Editorial team, based on each nominee’s accomplishments and impact on the industry.

The deadline for 2016 Leaders of Tomorrow nominations is Feb. 26, 2016, 5 p.m. ET.

Nominate Now!

Winners, who will be named in April, will receive a certificate and will be profiled by Long-Term Living, published both online and in our print edition.

For other program requirements, please see the nomination form. You may submit as many nomination forms as you like. And yes, you can nominate yourself. Only nominations submitted using the online form can be considered.

If you have any questions, please email Editor-in-Chief Pamela Tabar.