Alcohol and drug abuse is a somewhat hidden problem in the eldercare arena, as many caregivers and medical professionals fail to recognize it for what it is.
One way that managers of senior living communities can control expenses is to reduce lighting costs. The cost of LED lighting may be less than you think.
It's a challenge to support the growing healthcare needs of a large population with more chronic illnesses while recognizing and respecting their desires for independence. Technology can help.
When it comes to memory care, music reaches into places where neural activity still may be intact or least somewhat active.
A norovirus outbreak can have very serious ramifications in a senior living or long-term care facility. Here's how to minimize the effects.
In senior living, the real technology stars are behind the scenes, in the form of data analytics and business intelligence.
Senior living communities have the same potential for water damage as any other multi-family housing community, and in some cases, increased risks exist.
Collecting and managing electronic protected health information can be a major drain on your time when you have to continually update online records via paperwork, faxes or scanned documents. Here's one solution.
Generating leads online has the power to transform your marketing by reducing the cost per lead while delivering higher-quality prospects to your sales team.
As competition in the senior living industry intensifies, a strong social media presence may provide a competitive advantage. Here are three ways to create an online community around your brand.