Regardless of the scope or cause of the emergency, senior living communities of all sizes in any location can benefit from being prepared for any potential disaster.
A new campaign offers 60 new ideas to help address the caregiving crisis in senior living.
Some senior living organizations strive to create a homier environment with new décor, more menu items and large group activities. But do the residents gain any real control over how their lives play out?
Moving into a senior living community is a big decision for older adults and their families. Community leaders not only must answer questions but also must reassure them, provide support, act as a resource and clearly articulate the key differentiators of our communities.
Since The Legacy Senior Communities launched The Legacy at Home, we have reached many more people than if we solely provided senior living services in our campus settings.
Learn how to navigate a reasonable middle ground that can increase your community's legal compliance while avoiding financial constraints that may effect the amenities, such as music and movies, that you offer to residents.
A very strong alignment exists between what millennials want in their work lives and what we can offer.
Non-pharmacologic pain management options, including chiropractic care, offer a safe and effective alternative for the geriatric population.
A long-time restaurant designer and a senior living designer and architect share a few key tips, tricks and rules of thumb from the restaurant design world that they say can and should be applied to the design of senior living dining spaces.
Moving can be emotionally and physically disconcerting for new residents, but a high-quality senior living community should be ready to welcome them with helpful tools and resources.