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Appointments at Argentum, Charter Senior Living, Friendship Village, Kendal Corp. and Mission Senior Living.
Argentum is planning to find additional ways to discuss the Government Accountability Office's assisted living-related report, home- and community-based services and other issues after the second day of its Public Policy Institute & Fly-In was canceled due to inclement weather.
Forty-two individuals from 16 senior living companies make up the first class of senior living sales counselor certificate recipients, Argentum announced Monday.
The 2017 Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference & Expo has been recognized among the most recent class of "Fastest 50" and "Next 50" events by Trade Show Executive magazine for its significant expansion and continued growth, Argentum said Tuesday.
Appointments at Aegis Living, Argentum, Epoch Senior Living, Erickson Living, Presby's Inspired Life and Watercrest Senior Living Group.
It only makes sense to turn to not-yet-retired baby boomers to meet some of the employment needs of senior living organizations. And at least four such organizations have committed in writing to doing just that through one national program.
A new class of 100 senior living professionals has earned the Senior Living Certification Commission's certified director of assisted living credential, the group has announced.
"Everything is different," Nathan Nickens, Argentum's vice president of programming and innovation, told McKnight's Senior Living about the organization's 2018 Senior Living Executive Conference May 14-16 in San Diego.
Wholesale food price drops are forecast for several categories in 2018, but the biggest decreases are expected for fresh fruits and vegetables, according to a senior living industry report.
A report released Monday by the Government Accountability Office contains a to-do list for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services related to state reporting of deficiencies in care and services provided to Medicaid beneficiaries in assisted living communities. Some federal lawmakers and consumer advocates, however, say they will push for changes in assisted living because of the report's findings.