Outstanding Vision & Real World Experience
Positive Aging LLC was founded by G. Richard 'Dick' Ambrosius out of a passion to battle ageism, promote positive aging principles and help businesses understand later life values and how to incorporate these values as a central component of an ageless marketing strategy. Over the past 35 years, positive aging and ageless marketing principles have been shared with a variety of clients in 49 states. We have provided services in all three business sectors (governmental organizations, private and nonprofit companies) for professionals visionaries interested in tapping to potential of the growing consumer majority comprised of aging Baby Boomers and older adults.
Partnering consultant, Joseph Benanti, PT has over 33 years experience in health care administration and consulting including directing new business development in the industrial, extended care, and home care marketplace nationally and internationally. He has a BS in Physical Therapy from SUNY at Stony Brook, and a certificate in Hospital Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX.
Benanti has developed clinical programs in hospital based, ambulatory and home care settings, and has consulted with national health care providers on the development of and augmentation of clinical programs. He was a national director of new business development for the therapeutic division of Brookdale Senior Living, and national director of rehabilitation for Almost Family, the 4th largest home care company in the nation.
As a consultant with Positive Aging, Joe is focusing on developing continuum of care platforms for hospitals and the post-acute marketplace nationally. A continuum of care is a seamless intercommunication and interrelationship between all phases of health care, residential care and faith based institutions within a community that focuses on optimizing the health and wellness of the individual. It is a hospital centric model characterized by a seamless interrelationship with the post-acute marketplace, residential communities and churches within a community to allow for intercommunication between these institutions in order to maximize care for clients no matter where they are in the clinical/residential spectrum.