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Technology and senior living are not a contradiction in terms. In fact, current trends show that they are becoming more compatible than ever.
Resident security in senior living today bears no resemblance to what it was just a decade ago. Locks and alarms — the stuff that long have defined resident security — always will be relevant. But thanks to world-class human engineering and the internet of things, resident security is person-centered tech on steroids — giving rise…
New Florida community offers all the comforts and amenities of beachfront living for residents who settle in the Wiregrass Ranch section of greater Tampa Bay.
Stakeholders observe necessities, limits of ‘home-like’ design movement.
Personalized rehab helps residents go the distance.
Laundry operations are in perpetual motion to maintain an air of cleanliness.
Electronic health records no longer are optional in assisted living. Simply put: you either have them or are left behind.
Aegis Living’s new assisted living community in West Seattle incorporates the nautical elements of the Puget Sound seashore.
You’ve got questions, and we’ve got answers. Senior living operators should focus their attention in three areas, Jim Moore says.
Juniper Communities CEO Lynne Katzmann talks about how she grew her business, and where yours may be heading. And worm farms.
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