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Max Winters headshot

4 points about how disruptive forces are affecting senior living

Some major themes encapsulate a variety of conversations we’ve had with many of you and your colleagues in response to a year-long research effort to explore the senior living industry through fresh eyes by studying the wide variety of disruptive forces coming from outside the bounds of traditional “senior living.”
Daniel Ruth headshot

Taking aim at the CCRC model

Continuing care retirement communities offer peace of mind that often comes with a six- to seven-figure entrance fee. Leadership at the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living chose a different path.

Just keep singing: Music and dementia

Understanding the role that music can play in minimizing the effects of dementia can help families and caregivers seek out programs that enhance the quality of life of those they love who are living with dementia, scientists say.
Travis Harper

Preventing falls and raising awareness

September is nationally recognized as Falls Prevention Awareness Month. During this time, a special focus is placed on raising awareness about ways that seniors — and those who care for them — can prevent falls, the most common accident experienced by older adults. But of course the information highlighted during this time is valuable all year.

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McKnight’s Senior Living welcomes guest columns from industry thought leaders about issues affecting the senior living industry. For more information, see our column submission guidelines.

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