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‘Our communities have not closed!’ Licensing paperwork delay leads to communication headache for Silverado

“Let me assure you that our communities have not closed!” That’s the message that Loren Shook, president and CEO of Irvine-CA-based memory care provider Silverado, recently felt compelled to convey to consumers after resolution of a paperwork issue, slowed by the onset of the pandemic, led some to think that communities had closed.

Editors' Columns

Is it too soon to lift public health mandates?

We know from previous research that stopping the spread of COVID in the greater community can help stop it within long-term care facilities. So is now the time to lift state-wide mask mandates and permit 100% occupancy in businesses?
John O'Connor

Temporary relief for senior living’s biggest challenge?

Ask any senior living operator what fuels the most semi-sleepless nights, and you’d best settle in for a lengthy conversation. From COVID-19’s massive destruction, to tougher competition, to increased regulatory oversight, to more lawsuits, to higher insurance costs and more, the list goes on. It also seems to grow by the day. But there is…

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NAHB names Best of 55+ Housing Award winners for 2021

Independent living, assisted living and life plan communities were among the housing types recognized Friday as the winners of the National Association of Home Builders’ 2021 Best of 55+ Housing Awards were announced during an online presentation.
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People in the news, March 2

Appointments, promotions and news at Cadence Living, Drake Terrace, EPOCH Senior Living, Integral Senior Living, Kisco Senior Living, Knollwood, Landis Homes, Lloyd Jones, National Senior Campuses, New Health, Prime Care Technologies, Solstice Senior Living, Walker & Dunlop, and Waterstone.

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Creative expression

Encouraging creative expression through the arts, Watercrest Senior Living residents can show off their talents or spark a new passion through the “Artful Expressions” program.