For a variety of reasons, many senior living organizations are changing their names. A common idea underlies many of the moves, however.
States will need to accelerate the rate of improving long-term services and supports in several areas to meet the upcoming needs of aging baby boomers, according to a report released today by the AARP.
A Phoenix-area developer is building assisted living options for an often-overlooked population: those with few financial resources.
National Center for Assisted Living members will converge on the nation's capital Monday and Tuesday with four themes in mind for legislators and their staffs, NCAL Executive Director Scott Tittle told McKnight's Senior Living.
Many challenges faced by assisted living communities in a populous state can be attributed to staffing requirements that have not kept pace with resident needs that are increasing in acuity, according to a new report.
Three-fourths of adults aged 40 or more years do not know how much it costs to live in an assisted living community, according to the results of a new survey. Education also appears to be needed regarding the potential of some income sources and programs to pay for long-term care and services.
Assisted living comes in second to skilled nursing in housing the elderly outside of traditional homes, according to a new report.
Attorneys working in senior living discuss the benefits of pre-dispute arbitration agreements and share tips for operators creating or reworking theirs.
A new analysis showing that older adults can save money by residing in senior living communities rather than continuing to live in their homes may not surprise those in the industry, but most older adults and their families don't calculate costs accurately, according to a former analyst who crunched some numbers.
Occupancy for assisted living in the first quarter of 2017 averaged 87.2%, its lowest level since early 2010, according to data released Wednesday by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care's MAP Data Service.