What future residents will want is much different than what the Silent Generation has opted for. Is your senior living community prepared for the sea change?
Some simple, easy-to-use and next-generation technology solutions are or will be available soon to help you span the continuum of care with ease.
Good news! Ways exist to alleviate the ever-present nuisance and health concerns that mosquitoes bring.
Social media has become a tool to connect people in meaningful ways.
The competitive hiring market means employers across industries need to be more strategic about their hiring efforts – and your senior living organization can do the same.
If you’re concerned about how your maintenance processes are affecting the well-being and comfort of your residents, then it’s probably time to look into how CMMS can eliminate those problems.
For years, we have been hearing about the impact of purpose on people’s lives. Take your residents through this process to help them identify theirs.
We’ve attended several recent senior living conferences and have ongoing conversations with our healthcare partners, specifically related to senior living. Here are some of the key learnings we have gleaned.
Guidelines are an important part of an overall risk management program, but some may increase an organization’s risk to exposure. Several ways exist to address this, however.
As the subject of adult incontinence becomes less taboo, more caregivers and senior living residents are realizing that adult briefs or pull-ups effectively can manage urinary issues.
Hurricanes along the coast, tornadoes in the Midwest, wildfires in California — natural disasters are growing in scale and frequency. Communication is critical.
I believed that the growing field of senior living might be a good career path for me. Little did I know the journey it would take me on and the rewards that awaited me.
Preliminary results of studies on the effectiveness of 3-D presentations at senior living communities in the United States and Canada are promising.
As families and individuals consider a transition to senior living, they may be searching for ways to afford a high-quality place to live. Here are some questions they might have, and answers you might provide.
Biofilms can develop in any facility, but in a senior living community, they can pose a serious health risk. The elimination of biofilm has three components.
It is our duty to care for our most valuable resource. Florida and California are setting the pace for the rest of the country to follow.
Whether you work in marketing or admissions at an assisted living community, it’s crucial to understand the challenges families face when it comes to paying for care and services.
New devices make it easier for older adults to stay in familiar surroundings.
Tax season is upon us, and it’s important to know what the biggest scams are, so we recognize and prevent these heinous crimes.
When it comes to managing chronic conditions, seniors prefer high-touch interactions. But providers, family members and other stakeholders can leverage technology that supports and even facilitates personalized care without replacing face-to-face communications altogether.