A worker who had been been contracted to help care for a senior living resident was shot in the Texas community's parking lot, allegedly by her husband, and subsequently died, Houston police reported Thursday.
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The family of a construction worker injured in a June 26 explosion at a Texas health system has been granted a restraining order against the provider and others involved in an expansion project there so that they "cease all efforts that ... fail to preserve explosion evidence."
A Texas healthcare system has evacuated its senior living and long-term care residents as well as hospital patients after an on-site explosion Tuesday afternoon killed one construction worker and injured 12 other construction workers.
One resident has been arrested and another has been hospitalized, and one firefighter has died and another has been released from the hospital, after an explosion, fire and shooting Monday at a California affordable senior housing community.
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The daughter of a husband and wife who died in the five-alarm fire at Barclay Friends in November filed a civil lawsuit against the West Chester, PA, continuing care retirement community on Tuesday, claiming that her parents might still be alive if the facility's no-smoking policy had been enforced.
The free event, with its first session at 11 a.m. EDT, features three continuing education sessions as well as a virtual exhibition hall featuring products and services from leading companies serving the senior living profession.
The virtual doors to the second annual McKnight's Senior Living Online Expo will open at 10:30 EDT tomorrow, Wednesday, June 13.
Attendees of the second annual McKnight's Senior Living Online Expo, set for this Wednesday, June 13, can earn up to three continuing education credits and interact with several companies serving the industry.
Stan Szpytek, president of Fire and Life Safety and a retired deputy fire chief / fire marshal, will discuss how senior living communities can prepare for emergencies and disasters in the first webinar of the McKnight's Senior Living Online Expo, set for Wednesday, June 13.
Registration is now open for the second annual McKnight's Senior Living Online Expo, where attendees can earn up to three continuing education credits and interact with several companies serving the industry. The event will be held Wednesday, June 13.
Giving attention to the safety and security of your senior living community will have a powerful, positive effect on resident satisfaction.
The Pennsylvania continuing care retirement community where four residents died in a five-alarm fire in November has reopened its skilled nursing building and announced plans to start construction of a new personal care and memory support building to replace the one that was destroyed.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed bills into law Monday requiring assisted living communities and nursing homes in the state to have emergency generators. Legislators in Oklahoma are considering similar requirements for assisted living.
Argentum is planning to find additional ways to discuss the Government Accountability Office's assisted living-related report, home- and community-based services and other issues after the second day of its Public Policy Institute & Fly-In was canceled due to inclement weather.
A rule requiring assisted living communities in Florida to have backup generators has stalled in the state House of Representatives due to concerns about costs that operators could incur.
The existence of arbitration agreements is one of 34 reasons that a lawsuit alleging that a senior living community abandoned residents during an October wildfire should not proceed, according to the community and related companies.
The past year has been particularly challenging for all types of senior living and healthcare providers in California and beyond, but the response to disasters by one particular facility represents the pinnacle of preparedness, dedication and resiliency.
A 94-year-old California resident is suing the senior living community where she was living when a wildfire broke out in October, claiming that she and at least 80 other residents were abandoned by staff members. The community is a sister to a property already being sued over the way staff allegedly handled evacuations during the fire.
Almost a month after mud and debris flows forced them to evacuate, residents in a California senior living community north of Los Angeles are returning to Casa Dorinda.
Coming together to help others in need has helped magnify the caring spirit and mission that we strive for everyday as a healthcare provider. Many employees also choose to work for us now because of our commitment to helping our communities.
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During a weekend in which the federal government shutdown dominated the news, a bright spot emerged when Atria Senior Living residents and employees wished actress Kristen Bell good luck hosting Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards. See the video and read more about the shutdown, too.
The man behind a proposal that would add a "Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facility Residents' Bill of Rights" to the Florida constitution says it is an effort to "establish a situation where the rights of residents of long-term care facilities are at least on par with the rights of everyone else." At least one organization representing care and service providers, however, describes the proposal as "nothing more than an avaricious ploy by trial lawyers to profit from increased lawsuits."
The administrator of a Crosby, MN, senior living community said the community is continuing to work with authorities after an employee was killed there Saturday.
A Southern California life plan community was evacuated Thursday due to the Montecito mudslides, caused by hillsides left vulnerable after the Thomas Fire and then rains.
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms investigators say they have determined the starting point of the Nov. 16 five-alarm fire at Barclay Friends continuing care retirement community in which four residents died. Agents remain unsure, however, of what caused the West Chester, PA, fire or how it spread.
Wildfires came roaring back to California this week, less than two months after senior living operators in the state encountered blazes that put in motion emergency response plans, damaged or destroyed communities and led to a lawsuit against one community.
Two recent news stories may have you re-examining your emergency preparedness plans, especially as they pertain to fires. Two experts share tips.