Here's how to build a work environment that inspires individuals to make the right decisions and head in the right directions to solve problems on their own but in a manner consistent with your plans.
In senior living, we have plans to mitigate disasters, address corporate compliance, handle elopement and assure quality. What plans do we have in place for crisis communication and reputation management?
An event featuring classic movies addresses how inclusion applies to individuals living with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
Here are four areas of community design that can help improve the quality of life for memory care residents.
Although companies seemingly introduce new tools and technology every day, some of the most promising ideas are springing from the minds of enterprising young college students. Our residents recently discovered this firsthand.
Much has changed in the 50 years since Mount Miguel Covenant Village first opened in Spring Valley, CA.
Owners and operators of independent and assisted living communities who want to stay ahead of the curve and out of the headlines should be aware of the rapidly changing legal and regulatory landscape and evaluate their current water management practices.
With advance planning and masterful execution, the Watermark Retirement Communities team was able to care for residents and create an environment where they thrived, even in the midst of Hurricane Irma. Looking back, several best practices can be gained from this experience.
Our newly released book, "New Possibilities in Memory Care: The Silverado Story," aims to give hope and strength to families and inspire innovation across our industry.
A combination of resident choice, creativity and committed dining associates can please prospective and current residents who enjoy good food and expect it every day.