February 2015 Issue of McKnight's Senior Living
Residents in senior living settings experienced multiple cognitive and emotional benefits from being trained in how to use social media, according to findings from a ...
Bath time should be a pleasurable activity residents look forward to; with the right elements, communities can create an inviting experience
Residents with Alzheimer's disease and other memory-related challenges deserve enriching activities and options. Senior living veterans offer ideas that can help
Senior housing facilities are 'evolving' with regard to information technology. Professionals in the industry need to define vision, scope and purpose for the present and ...
For decades, visitors to The Alverno in Clinton, IA, were greeted by a giant brick wall running across the front — not the most welcoming ...
Computer-based "brain training" systems can help memory and thinking skills among seniors, but they do not have an impact on problem solving or impulse control, ...
Terminal residents present a unique caregiving challenge.
It remains to be seen how senior living will be affected by new pressures to raise minimum wages.
People with atrial fibrillation may face a higher risk for dementia if they are subjected to a drug combination for a prolonged period, researchers have ...