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Memory care has been the "fiercest" area of competition in private-pay senior living over the past year, Five Star Senior Living President and CEO Bruce Mackey said Wednesday during a fourth quarter and full-year 2017 earnings call.
Almost 55% of respondents to a survey by professional services firm JLL said they believe that no change will occur in the value of seniors housing over the next year.
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Approximately 16% of participants in adult day services in 2016 lived in assisted living communities, according to recently released data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The national cost of caring for those with Alzheimer's and other dementias is projected to increase $20 billion this year compared with last year, totaling more than $277 billion in 2018, according to a report released Tuesday by the Alzheimer's Association.
Nursing homes are the proverbial canary in the coal mine. They are chirping, but are you listening?
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Forty years in an industry is not the same as a few months or years of caring for your own loved one. So I borrowed from one of the most powerful moments in my career: when I left acute care to transition into post-acute care.
We are all deeply saddened at the passing of Tony Mullen. It was his love for the seniors housing and care industry that I believe will resonate.
Have you ever felt confused about the language in a vendor contract and wondered whether you're getting the best deal? If so, you're not alone.
We have an opportunity to improve the quality of life of those with dementia and the selfless loved ones who take care of them every day.
Appointments at Heritage Senior Living, HJ Sims, Institutional Property Advisors, JCH, Lutheran Senior Services, Monarch Landing, Travanse Living at Wheaton and Waltonwood Lake Boone.
Walnut Creek, CA-based Episcopal Senior Communities has changed its name to Covia.
Global managed services provider and senior care technology company CareWorx has closed a $17 million round of funding from California-based Kayne Partners.