Millions of Americans could be moving into senior living communities over the next 20 years. Will your community be able to reach this audience and their loved ones with messages that resonate?
Managing expectations leads to meaningful moments, powerful connections and purposeful and fulfilling relationships during dementia care.
From luxury hotels and public housing to senior living, modular bathrooms are growing in popularity with property developers and building owners.
We as an industry must encourage residents to use listening devices so they can better engage in activities and with one another in a meaningful way that will help slow cognitive decline.
Gathering and using data is becoming a crucial process to predict future needs in a multitude of industries. One of these industries is senior living.
Most people think of legacy management as wills and testaments or estate plans and taxes, but a growing set of tools and services go beyond these components and can benefit residents and their families.
The next time you see an active adult (or 55+) community resident driving a golf cart, think bigger. What they're actually driving is the state and local economy.
Can big data affect how we care for seniors? The answer — both qualitatively and quantitatively — is yes. Here are three insights.
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.