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If you are in the habit of obtaining continuing education credits from the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards, your world will be changing dramatically on April 1.
What does a recent Labor Department ruling against the Walt Disney Co. have to do with your senior living organization? Hopefully, not a thing.
One of the odd quirks of senior living is that it is full of happy workers and unhappy residents.
A new announcement from the Department of Labor comes as welcome news.
Something happened Monday that could greatly improve medication adherence among senior living residents and others.
Most organizations would dramatically trim turnover overnight by adopting a coaching mindset and eliminating annual reviews.
Many people in the senior living sector found my most recent column offensive and off the mark. On further review, I must agree.
A senior living center in China’s Jiangsu province has found a rather unique way to increase visitors.
I was heartened to see a recent study that actually seems to have generated measurable success in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
Think some ideas for improving senior living services in the United States are out there? Take a gander at what’s being proposed in Germany.