Learn new strategies to engage residents’ minds, bodies and spirits on Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET during an hour-long webinar.
Congress should take “immediate steps” to get needed personal protective equipment to assisted living communities, nursing homes, home- and community-based settings and other places where older adults receive care, Dana Marie Kennedy, state director for AARP Arizona, told members of the House Ways and Means Health Subcommittee on Thursday. She was a hearing witness speaking on behalf of the national AARP organization.
McKnight’s Senior Living has been deemed to have the Best Web News Section in the country among business publication websites, according to results of the 2020 American Society of Business Publication Editors’ Azbee Awards of Excellence competition.
Assisted living communities in Virginia will receive $20 million from the state to support their responses to COVID-19, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Friday. The state also has begun naming facilities where cases and deaths due to COVID-19 have occurred, he said.
Someday, when we look back on 2020, we might well say it was the year of technology in senior living.
Senior living speakers from Singapore, France and other countries will share the lessons they have learned and will discuss how they are managing after the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in a free webinar on Wednesday, June 24, at noon ET. Attendees will earn one CE credit. The session is one of three CE webinars that will be offered during the McKnight’s Online Forum: COVID-19 Update IV.
Dina Capek, health services director at Royal Oaks, a Sun City, AZ, retirement community with independent living, assisted living and memory care, recently spoke with McKnight’s Senior Living about how COVID-19 has resulted in changes in the use of technology in senior living.
The virtual doors to the McKnight’s Senior Living Online Expo open today at 10:30 a.m. ET. Attendees will have the chance to earn up to three continuing education credits at the fourth annual event.