Earth Day is an important annual reminder to protect our earth and its resources. Equally important is keeping sustainable practices going throughout the year.
Plenty of ways exist to incorporate thoughtful design solutions and special amenities to help make residents feel seen and valued. The same thinking can be applied to staff members.
Whether your community has been unfairly criticized or an internal issue has been made public, don’t allow bad reviews to ruin your reputation. Come out on top with these tips.
Here are answers to the questions you may have if you are faced with the involuntary discharge of a resident.
The government is broadening its enforcement umbrella, and it means heightened scrutiny and reporting responsibility for those providing care and services to older adults.
How we care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias as the disease progresses, and the management of the behaviors associated with this progression, are issues of growing concern.
Advanced technologies can help turn the tide for senior care providers in reducing readmissions, creating efficiencies throughout the care cycle, and delivering better care – anytime, anywhere.
Form and function can be blended to achieve a welcoming and secure senior living community.
We’re at an inflection point for the integration of healthcare into assisted living. It’s time to stop talking and start doing something thoughtfully and intentionally.
Multiple reasons exist as to why a sponsor can benefit from a bridge loan.
A recent court case decision takes aim at the heart of senior living, which is about connection, meaning and relationships.
Falls are one of the leading causes of injury and death among older people. Here are some ways to help residents.
The current environment makes it more important than ever that long-term care providers proactively mitigate their losses with an aggressive approach to risk management.
Treating lower urinary tract conditions can reduce the likelihood of falls, fractures and daytime dysfunction in older adults.
There are challenges but also exciting times with numerous opportunities. It is a good time to be in senior living.
You’ll find these insights into senior addiction eye-opening.
With careful planning and help from knowledgeable professionals, providing gluten-free options is an attainable goal for organizations that serve older adults who have special dietary needs.
It’s vital for senior living providers to make their communities feel warm and welcoming over the holidays. Here are a few ways we accomplish this at my community.
Wayfinding is more than signage. It can help visitors and residents feel welcome and secure in a senior living community.
Senior living communities are succeeding with the connection dimension but still have work to do on the engagement side of the spectrum.