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Four former residents of a California assisted living community sued the community's developer and management companies on Monday, maintaining that they were abandoned during an October wildfire that destroyed the building.
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You probably won't see any of the current or future members of the new Residential Assisted Living National Association on a "largest provider" list, and that's by design.
A Pennsylvania long-term care provider will use a $40 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to build a 123-unit assisted living facility and a 10- to 15-bed memory care unit, the department said.
Some treatments for Alzheimer's may be available by 2020. If so, the U.S. healthcare system may not be prepared, according to a new study.
Something happened Monday that could greatly improve medication adherence among senior living residents and others.
An event featuring classic movies addresses how inclusion applies to individuals living with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
Here are four areas of community design that can help improve the quality of life for memory care residents.
For the millions of older adults in our country, it's an exciting time to embrace the tech solutions that are creating affordable and necessary resources that haven't been previously available.
Cameras are one way to keep residents, patients and staff safe from theft, violence or, in the case of memory care units, the dangerous wandering of residents off facility grounds. Here are a few features you'll want to know about.
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