October 2015 Issue of McKnight's Senior Living
Art is a way for people to express feelings that are difficult to convey in words. It can benefit residents and their families as well ...
Nurses are often the targets of physical or verbal abuse from residents and families.
As more senior living residents arrive with memory-related challenges, operators are adapting. This is especially the case in rehabilitation care, according to industry experts.
Wandering itself will not necessarily pose harm to a resident. But when it takes place in an environment that is unsafe, the risk of injury ...
In a set-up that would satisfy even Goldilocks, a group of Sunrise Senior Living residents in Massachusetts heads to a cozy common room each day ...
As more senior living operators work to increase efficiencies and leave a smaller environmental footprint, on-premise laundry operations are being put under increased scrutiny.
If the top three point of emphasis for real estate are "location, location and location," The Residence at Cedar Dells certainly meets the criteria.
An emphasis on data assessment and standardization across care settings was a hot topic at a recent senior living technology summit held in Baltimore.
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Looking to the future, a growing number of operators of individually owned, self-managed senior living communities have two major concerns.
Senior living communities, as employers, have a role to play in memory care that extends beyond their residents to their employees, concludes the World Alzheimer ...