Editors' Columns

Extraordinary events call for extraordinary events

Senior living communities across the country marked Monday's solar eclipse with events for residents.

Barbarians at the firewall

Not to sound like an alarmist, but the chances of a cyberattack have never been greater.

A free online resource for your community's wellness programming needs

The National Institute on Aging offers an evidence-based program designed specifically to promote regular exercise and physical activity among adults aged 50 or more years. And senior living communities can use the program's free resources with residents.

Some days, it's best to let the music do the talking

Glen Campbell jumped into my life two times.

Efforts to end ageism grow

It wasn't even a year ago that LeadingAge President and CEO Katie Smith Sloan announced that LeadingAge had a new mission: to "permanently change the image of aging in our society." New efforts by that organization and others aim to accomplish that goal.

A great way to make good help harder to find

For a guy who claims to be a friend to business, President Trump sometimes expresses that affection in odd ways.

REIT investments suggest a healthy future for senior living

Back-to-back earnings calls Friday morning suggested a healthy future for senior living operators, as two large public healthcare real estate investment trusts relayed the growing place that senior living has in their portfolios.

The new cutoff for overtime eligibility? It's a fair question

It's probably safe to make two predictions now that the Labor Department has asked for feedback as it prepares to rewrite the overtime rule.

ADA compliance: Will you be the next one sued?

The country's largest senior living provider recently was threatened with a class action lawsuit accusing the company of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act at its communities. Here's how other operators can try to avoid a similar fate.

For many operators, an old adversary may soon be a good friend

If you run a senior living organization and are beset by labor-related challenges, Wednesday was a good day.

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In Focus

Aug. 23

Enjoying the eclipse

United States

Staff, residents and families at senior living communities and companies across the country enjoyed watching the eclipse on Monday.