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Unlicensed residential care facilities could pose serious risks for older adults, including physical, financial and emotional exploitation, abuse and neglect, according to a newly published study.
Listening to music appears to be more effective in reducing agitation, behavioral symptoms and anxiety for older adults with dementia than does their singing or playing along with music, according to a new study.
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Fourteen percent of adults aged 75 or more years have subjective cognitive decline, one of the earliest noticeable symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Continuing care retirement communities are expected to hold much appeal to baby boomers, and the good news is, the first wave of boomers will be entering the target age range for such communities within the next five years, notes a new report.
The hard part was implementing technology to improve care and operations. The easy part is entering the McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards to try to get recognized for it. The deadline is this Friday.
What do the latest numbers from the Labor Department mean for you as a senior living operator? Perhaps the least painful answer is that this is a time of challenge and opportunity.
Today, it's less of a matter of whether you'll have a data security breach and more of a matter of when. But if you take steps to mitigate the impact of a breach, then you can recover.
As aging services providers, it is our duty to help manage and mitigate the health and legal risks associated with resident alcohol and drug use.
Research suggests that virtual reality could help senior living communities improve residents' mental and physical health.
Changes in the senior living sector are happening fast, and your branding will need to keep pace.
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Thrive Senior Living has unveiled "Playing Favorites," a year-long ad campaign meant to be an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek way to set the brand apart with the decision-making adult children and caregivers of prospective independent living, assisted living and memory care residents.