May 3-4, 2018
Learn About These Rehabilitation and Transition Thought Leaders!
Christopher Ridenhour - Keynote
As Director of Workplace Culture for a Pennsylvania-based long-term Care and Social Services organization, Christopher Ridenhour develops and delivers high-impact staff education focused on World Class Hospitality, Elevated Employee Engagement, New Supervisor Training, Aspects of Inspired Leadership, Total Team Commitment, among other critical employee competencies.
For the last 10 years, he’s traveled across North America and Canada keynoting and training for National Aging Associations including LeadingAge, Argentum, American College of Healthcare Administrators, American Healthcare Association, Pioneer Network, National Center for Assisted Living, and the Ontario Association for Non-Profit Homes and Services for Seniors. EXTRAORDINARY participant evaluations have resulted in earning the distinction of becoming LeadingAge’s highest-rated speaker/trainer. As recognition for the years of service to hundreds of communities across Pennsylvania and the country, in 2015, Christopher was awarded Facilitator of the Year.
Tasha Schuh - Keynote
Tasha Schuh is an inspiration and hope for all who face life’s greatest challenges. Tasha’s life changed dramatically when she was 16 years old; she was in an accident that left her paralyzed from the chest down. Winner of the National Rehabilitation Champion Award, Crowned Ms. Wheelchair USA 2012, and author of the books My Last Step Backward and My Next Move Forward, Tasha travels and shares her story of resilience and triumph over tragedy at schools, conferences and organizations. “I have such a wonderful life that I wouldn’t trade with anyone.” Tasha resides with her husband Doug in Ellsworth, Wisconsin.