Mission Statement

The Mission of the Souteast Finance Conference is to deliver state-of-the-art insight, wrapped around Building a Better Tomorrow, for all aspects of the industry including zoning, development (architectural design), financing (what are the options), management, marketing, active treatment programs (documented and evidence driven), as well as processing application for accreditation (what does it mean).

Our TEAM is knowledgeable of financial proformas, budgets, current staffing ratios/salaries and the economic implications that may continue to affect the industry. The goal of the conference is to deliver options to consider with the result being enhanced net operating income.

The conference provides the industry with opportunities to gather, network and share ideas resulting in high-level educational programming. As our conference is in its 8th year, we are proud of its Mission and the flow of information.


World Health Organization

The World Health Organization states that all countries face major challenges to ensure their health and social systems are ready to make the most of the demographic shift and the current economic climate.

  • In 2050, 80% of older people will be living in low- and middle-income countries.
  • The pace of population ageing is much faster than in the past.
  • In 2020, the number of people aged 60 years and older outnumbered children younger than 5 years.
  • Between 2015 and 2050, the proportion of the world’s population over 60 years will nearly double from 12% to 22%.

While this shift in distribution of a country’s population towards older ages – known as population ageing – started in high-income countries (for example in Japan 30% of the population is already over 60 years old), it is now low- and middle-income countries that are experiencing the greatest change. By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population over 60 years will live in low- and middle-income countries.

Aging Explained

At the biological level, ageing results from the impact of the accumulation of a wide variety of molecular and cellular damage over time. This leads to a gradual decrease in physical and mental capacity, a growing risk of disease and ultimately death. These changes are neither linear nor consistent, and they are only loosely associated with a person’s age in years. The diversity seen in older age is not random. Beyond biological changes, ageing is often associated with other life transitions such as retirement, relocation to more appropriate housing and the death of friends and partners.

Common Health Conditions
Associated with Aging

Common conditions in older age include hearing loss, cataracts and refractive errors, back and neck pain and osteoarthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, depression and dementia. As people age, they are more likely to experience several conditions at the same time.

Older age is also characterized by the emergence of several complex health states commonly called geriatric syndromes. They are often the consequence of multiple underlying factors and include frailty, urinary incontinence, falls, delirium and pressure ulcers.

A large part arises from people’s physical and social environments and the impact of these environments on their opportunities and health behavior. The relationship we have with our environments is skewed by personal characteristics such as the family we were born into, our sex and our ethnicity, leading to inequalities in health.

The UN Decade of Healthy Aging (2021–2030) seeks to reduce health inequities and improve the lives of older people, their families and communities through collective action in four areas:

  • Changing how we think, feel and act towards age and ageism;

  • Developing communities in ways that foster the abilities of older people;

  • Delivering person-centered documented and evidence based integrated care and primary health services responsive to older people; and

  • Providing older people who need it with access to quality long-term care.

What Does this Mean?

As the Baby Boomers flood the industry over the ensuing years, it is important for all providers and operators to understand how Baby Boomers and their children will view senior housing and what they will expect.

Defining Characteristics
of the Conference

Through eight (8) educational sessions, attendees will explore the biggest challenges facing business leaders today and discuss the latest insights and strategies to assist in gaining success.

Conference Location

The Southeast Finance Conference attracts attendees from a wide area. Being in the city of Atlanta with a world-renowned airport allows easy access to the conference via plane. Atlanta also has access via multiple interstate systems.

Southeast Finance Conference
hosted at
City Springs Civic Center

Located at 1 Galambos Way Sandy Springs, GA 30328, City Springs Civic Center offers visitors and locals a vibrant environment to meet and greet. The Civic Center offers the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center, Meeting Space and landscaped Green Space including water fountains. Within the Civic Center are multiple options for dining.

Tel:      404.200.1925
Fax:     404.963.0555