December 2014 Issue of McKnight's Senior Living
For so many of us working in senior care, we are often approached by family members and caregivers with questions about the uncertainty of the ...
Moderate alcohol consumption might help people over the age of 60 preserve cognition, according to recently published findings in the American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease ...
Data-driven strategies, acute-care solutions and natural ingredients will become increasingly important in the battle against HAIs and communicable diseases.
Combining safety and choice is part science and part art when it comes to resident security. New options are making delicate weighing of options easier ...
Interoperability, data analytics and intervention models are giving providers a new way to use healthcare information technology to decrease rehospitalization rates.
Senior living developers are finding it easy to secure funds for projects, which has some concerned about overbuilding.
When Erickson Living leaders transformed their Ashby Ponds campus from independent living to a continuing care retirement community, they went the Frank Sinatra route — ...
As operators re-gear for the ICD-10 changes to hit in 2015, researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have developed a free online tool ...
If your marketing and communication plans to reach residents and prospective residents don't already include social media, new research may convince you of the need.
We have far more to dread than an Ebola outbreak.
The Social Security administration recently announced a 1.7% annual cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, for the nearly 64 million Americans who receive federal retirement or disability ...
Plaque has long been considered a prime suspect behind Alzheimer's disease. But new findings are causing some investigators to cite tau instead.