My suggestions for your consideration are:
Stay home, stay safe, stay well,
Here are some ideas. They are not specifically CCRC but fall in the older adults eductions category. You could consider a Zoom call in which we have done for speakers.
1. AARP has a new 5 step plan to address COVID-19 in nursing homes. Dana Kennedy for AZ talked. Her testimony is posted on the House Ways and Means Committee. https://waysandmeans.house.gov/legislation/hearings/examining-covid-19-nursing-home-crisis. I think each state has a Speakers Bureau.
2. Get an epidemiologist from the health department or University to explain what public health is and why it is so important. [Full disclosure, my father was a public health officer in a county health department in MN for years]. This link offers some good background.https://www.ltsscenter.org/have-we-failed-public-health/
3. Bias in information - get a journalist or professor in communications or journalism to address how to sort out fact from opinion and how to identify factual sources of information.
4. Brad Breeding does speeches.https://www.mylifesite.net/speaking/
5. Privacy issues with Echo devices, websites, Facebook - maybe a tech support person could do it or AARP speakers bureau
6. Living with dementia in the time of COVID-10 - Alzheimer's Association may have speakers.
7. Bev Johnson heads up the Institute for Family and Patient Centered Care - She would be a video program.