A Denver assisted living facility is being sued for allegedly discriminating against employees who immigrated from African countries.
The rapid growth of America’s aging population will cause long-term care spending to continue to climb over the next 10 years, reaffirmed the latest Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service’s National Health Expenditures report.
Medicare beneficiaries who receive a misdiagnosis of Alzheimer’s could amass between $9,500 and $14,000 in additional medical costs each year until they are correctly diagnosed, according to a new study.
Assisted living residents starting hospice care may be closer to death than people receiving the same care at home, new research has found.
Women with mild cognitive impairment that can lead to Alzheimer’s disease appear to deteriorate faster than men, according to new research.
A gap in Colorado’s assisted living regulations could be leaving smaller senior care facilities unregulated and uninspected, according to a report from The Coloradoan.
Suicide risk among residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities is “substantial,” according to a study published in the July issue of The American Journal of Public Health.
Sharing health information is a critical part of the decision-making process for elderly people and their friends and family, but it’s not without consequences, a new study has found.