To remain competitive in today's marketplace, the successful senior living community will offer choice — and plenty of it.
Older adults have great stories to tell, and if you take the time to listen, you will learn amazing things.
When it comes to designing high-rise buildings intended for older adults — as well as for care and service staff and visitors — it's important to remember several architectural considerations.
The biggest challenges in senior living can be addressed successfully by creating a culture of engagement for staff members and residents.
Two steps can help you meet the demand for innovative dining services in assisted living.
Thankfully, we are learning that many effective ways exist to improve communication with residents who have Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia, so that we can better understand their wants and needs.
We all hear that communication is important, but what do we do about it? Here are some tips to enhance communication mindfulness.
As Congress has developed healthcare legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act, a dangerous proposal has emerged that would dramatically alter Medicaid's financial structure and shift far more of the risk for the increasing cost of care to the states, where budgets are ill-equipped to deal with the burden.
For senior living operators looking for a way to bridge the gap between the housing, healthcare, hospitality and education sectors, the center for healthy living concept presents an exciting opportunity to innovate.
As you consider increasing the footprint (and impact) of your senior living community, consider phasing your project, and be mindful of the risks that are present.