Southern Oregon
Monthly Marketing Update- April 2022

Our team is working on the final touches of the annual Retirement connection guide for Southern Oregon. The guide will hit the streets the first week in May if you know someone that missed the deadline but wants to be included, please email me TODAY and I will try my best to fit the ad space in the guide. Please read our recent testimonials from area hospitals and others that use the guide each day. For housing and care providers the print guide is a great value because you also get a great digital package included with

May 19th save the date for our annual release party at RoxyAnn Winery 3:30-5:30, this is the biggest networking event of the year. Make sure to add it to your calendars and help spread the word to your referral sources. Also Every 4th Thursday we host SONAR, a free network meeting in Jackson County and it is open to all; please join us to connect with potential referral sources.

We have been holding monthly Transitions of Care zoom calls and shared case management feedback. We would love to see an increase in participation on these calls, please encourage your referral sources in housing and home care, and hospice to join. More details are below.
Network Meetings

Please visit our networking page for specific details.

April 19,
Southern Oregon Continuing Care Association (SOCCA)

April 21, 9am
Southern Oregon Networking & Resource (SONAR)

April 28, 9:30am
Douglas County Senior Resource Coalition

Marketing Update

Please visit our Event Calendar for details and more.

April 5, 11am
Transitions of Care Monthly Meeting

May 19, 3:30pm
Retirement Connection Release Party

CareAvailability Site Update: We have just added new provider information for the state of Florida to This includes more than: 2,417 assisted living communities, 1,477 home care providers, and 641 skilled nursing facilities!

The site is averaging over 10,000 searches for care & housing each month. Marketing profiles have seen a 200% increase in traffic since the new year! Be sure to update today.

On the Move
Do you know someone that has recently changed positions? Send us an update to share in the monthly newsletter, helping everyone stay connected and informed about community   
changes. We include your name, company, and photo so others in the industry can connect
with you.

Nugget Of Knowledge
“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

Having talent helps, but hard work is far more important. Not just as a sports metaphor -but work ethic matters in our relationships, our jobs, our parenting, and even our hobbies.

Amy Schmidt
Retirement Connection


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