October 2014 Issue of McKnight's Senior Living
By providing tools, we can reduce fears, incidents.
Mental healthcare providers for the elderly expressed anger over an apparent snub of seniors' mental health services in a proposed new federal behavioral health plan.
Operators use room turnover as an opportunity to eliminate sometimes deadly bugs by layering basic cleaning with next-generation solvents and technology.
Once just the domain of bingo, bridge and crafts, activity programs are taking a more central role in helping residents add joy and meaning to ...
Thanks to a combination of technology, education and protocols, senior living communities and families can keep a closer eye on those served
Mobile health apps need more oversight, according to an article published in the July issue of New England Journal of Medicine.
It's hardly a secret why many choose other work options.
Prospects for senior living communities and their families respond very well to existing resident testimonials as a marketing communication strategy.
Simultaneous mindfulness training for residents with early-stage dementia and their caregivers helps both groups, a new study finds.