About Dan

Dan Stockdale, PhD candidate, MA, CNHA, CALA

Dan StockdaleDan Stockdale has dedicated his life to serving the elderly. His mother was a Registered Nurse and his father an accountant and pastor. At 17 years old he began working as an orderly in a hospital where he gained an appreciation for caring for the elderly.

Dan is a PhD candidate studying the future of the aging experience in America. He also holds a masters degree in corporate communication from Austin Peay State University, MBA coursework at Vanderbilt University and a bachelors degree from Kent State University.

He is licensed in 7 states as a nursing home administrator, has operated under emergency permits in 2 additional states and has been appointed by CMS as a Temporary Manager.

He is a Certified Nursing Home Administrator (CNHA) and Certified Assisted Living Administrator (CALA)

Dan believes the golden years should truly be a wonderful experience for all. He is committed to developing facilities and communities that not only excel in clinical care but are equally accomplished in hospitality and entertainment. Dan places equal importance on the care of the team members who provide the services every day; knowing they are the backbone that supports the fun culture he curates.

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• Keep them involved with your family
• Use social media to stay in touch when you can’t be physically present! 

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