August 2014 Issue of McKnight's Senior Living
Anticipating needs makes things easier for residents.
Elder abuse is inflicted upon many of the more than 2 million Americans in long-term care settings, and more oversight is needed, according to a ...
As the science of wound care develops, eldercare clinicians are faced with both a myriad of options and cost constraints when it comes to treatments
Clinical conditions and needs play a big role in furnishing choices for long-term care communities. What you choose influences who you serve — and vice ...
Safety or autonomy? That has been the historic choice when it comes to resident security. But new tools are now making both possible
Signature HealthCARE wanted to be a good neighbor with its new Nashville facility, the first major building project in the company's history.
A year-old white paper by the CIO Consortium & Nurse Executive Council remains relevant to senior living operators trying to navigate various technology systems, panelists ...
These new shifts clearly point toward a different future
Most seniors, their families and their financial advisors need answers to critical senior living questions.
Policymakers should consider more ways to improve senior living-related services and supports for people with Alzheimer's disease, according to RAND Corporation researchers.