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More than half of the 43.7 million Americans with a mental health condition are not receiving treatment, according to a report from Mental Health America.
In their third and final debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton offered competing proposals for stabilizing the troubled Social Security program.
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What do senior living operators and other employers value most among entry-level job applicants? People they can count on.
Georgia State University Gerontology Institute researchers are in the middle of a five-year, $1.9 million study ultimately aiming to improve the quality of life for assisted living residents and their formal and informal caregivers. Eight Atlanta-area assisted living communities are part of the research.
Older adults who already have memory and thinking difficulties may see a small benefit from exercising, according to new research published Wednesday online by the journal Neurology.
Like aging children who look more like their parents, many assisted living communities are beginning to resemble the operators who once spawned them.
At the AHCA meeting in Nashville, TN, this week, the vastness of Gaylord Opryland may have you thinking it will be a cinch to reach the popular fitness goal of 10,000 steps per day. But what about when you get home?
The memory support neighborhood at Covenant Village of Florida was buzzing with youthful energy, conversations about Frank Sinatra and baseball, and anticipation. Students from Nova Southeastern University's Health Professions Division wanted to know: Would the music work?
Enthusiastic and forward-thinking senior living teams are providing ever more outdoor space for assisted living residents. The reasons are obvious, even if some of the benefits aren't.
One senior living organization changed its culture and has the return on investment to prove it.
How do state laws regarding cameras in long-term care facilities affect senior living? Effects may vary by state, but one state's experience can be instructive.
LCB Senior Living LLC celebrated the groundbreaking of The Residence at Melrose Station in Melrose, MA. It offers 90 apartments in independent living, assisted living and memory care.
Christian "Chris" Mason of Oregon was re-elected as chairman of the board of directors of the National Center for Assisted Living Wednesday at the annual meeting of the American Health Care Association / NCAL in Nashville, TN. It's his second term. The board also welcomes two new members.
Caremerge has launched a new, in-app net provider score survey. The feedback tool is designed to give senior living providers on-the-go insights from families in real time.
Technology designed to help low-income adults aged 50 or more years live safely, independently and comfortably won the 2016 Aging in Place $50K Challenge on Wednesday.