August 2015 Issue of McKnight's Senior Living
The executive team at Presbyterian Communities and Services (PC&S) recently shared with me that leader development in eldercare is fairly rare — most training focuses ...
Next season's flu vaccination is being tweaked for broader protection due to last year's inconsistent coverage of influenza strains, U.S. health officials announced.
When it comes to acquiring furniture and furnishings, senior living communities need to get value without breaking their budgets.
Keeping incontinent residents healthy, dignified and satisfied is a full-time chore — if providers are educated and steadily keep a proper eye on those in ...
Those with memory loss and dementia pose a special risk for senior living communities. Luckily, there are plenty of things operators can do to keep ...
Shaker Pointe at Carondelet in Watervliet, NY, has a design scheme that owes everything to a religious society that had a strong presence in the ...
Recent research has shown the use of tablet computers among elders has helped them break the barrier of the "digital divide."
It seems many are missing the point about departures.
It is generally recognized that the senior living business is becoming more complex with increasing need for operational sophistication and innovative best practices.
Extra sleep can help fruit flies overcome Alzheimer's disease-like memory problems, according to new research out of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.