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A model that integrates onsite ancillary services with social supports and residential care may make senior living communities more attractive to payers and investors because it improves outcomes and saves money, according to new research presented Wednesday at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care's Spring Investment Forum.
The opioid epidemic, which finds an increasing number of older Americans raising their grandchildren, could increase older adults' need for seniors housing and care while decreasing their ability to pay for it, suggested speakers at a recent Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing.
A former caregiver at a California assisted living community has been convicted of raping an 83-year-old resident with dementia, according to a media report.
Three-member medical review panels will examine the merits of malpractice and neglect claims against assisted living communities and other healthcare settings before the claims go to court under a new law signed by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin on March 16.
A senior community in southern Texas has put a $1 million expansion plan on hold as it waits to learn more about the federal government's plans for a border wall between the United States and Mexico.