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Could a ride-hailing program unlock resident and staff satisfaction by offering a solution to transportation challenges experienced by senior living communities? A senior living provider based in Canada is pilot-testing a new platform to find out. Early results are promising — and the program recently became available to all businesses in the United States.
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The percentage of adults aged 45 to 64 years who reported needing help with activities of daily living and instrumental ADLs increased from 2000 to 2015, according to data newly released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The report contains information about those aged at least 65 years, too.
Use of email, instant messaging and social media can result in less loneliness and fewer chronic illnesses and symptoms of depression for older adults, according to new research.
New research on some adults' views of aging suggests opportunities for the senior living industry. In fact, the future viability of the industry depends on the actions it takes to educate consumers in at least two areas.
A technological development could give operators the ability to markedly improve care delivery and coordination.
The difference between a good service operation and great service operation is not how they perform in normal times; it's how they perform when a resident is disappointed.
Researchers are using video games to treat symptoms of degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer's disease. Video games may be helpful in diagnosing such conditions, too.
Carpet has many benefits, but it must be maintained properly to be effective.
State-of-the-art technology services are becoming a prerequisite for many older adults as they evaluate their housing options. Here's the technology you should consider adding and how to go about it.
WNC Corp. 42, a $102 million institutional low-income housing tax credit fund, has closed, and six of its properties are senior living communities.
Appointments, promotions and awards involving Cushman & Wakefield, Erickson Living, Equinox Terrace Assisted Living, the Lutheran Home Association, National HealthCare Corp., Watercrest Senior Living, Welltower, WESTliving and more.
The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies has updated its medication management portfolio with an expanded product and vendor matrix and two new case studies.
The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies has updated its telehealth selection portfolio with an enhanced online selection tool and product matrix and two new case studies.