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Assisted Living


More news for Friday, May 14

Florida launches generator status dashboard to show status of on-site generators in assisted living … California assisted living operator pays $159K in back pay over labor law violations … Pennsylvania to lift most pandemic restrictions by Memorial Day; facilities to continue COVID-19 testing, reporting … Ohio will lift remaining coronavirus public health orders June 2, but not in assisted living; state also to give prizes of $1M and college scholarships to vaccinated … Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research calls on Massachusetts to improve COVID-19 reporting in eldercare facilities



new Erickson Senior Living logo

Erickson unveils new name, logo as part of $3 billion expansion strategy

Erickson Living is changing its name to Erickson Senior Living and rolling out a new logo as part of a strategy that will see almost $3 billion in development and construction over the next five years. The plans potentially will expand the company’s reach past the 11 states in which it currently operates and bring the total number of continuing care retirement communities it manages from the current 19 to 25 or more.

Dementia / Alzheimer's


CCRCs / Life Plan Communities

2021 State of Senior Living Presentation slide

State of senior living reveals resilience, opportunity, strength

Opportunity called, and it’s time for change. Tom Meyers, senior managing director of specialty investment bank Ziegler, used that phrase during a “State of Senior Living 2021” webinar Tuesday with representatives from consulting firm Plante Moran and architecture firm Perkins Eastman to characterize the perfect timing for life plan communities to seize on pandemic lessons learned and redefine the future.



Treasury Department building

Senior living making case for piece of latest $350B federal pandemic relief pie

Senior living is looking for a piece of the latest $350 billion pandemic relief pie that was announced Monday for state and local governments. The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the launch of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. The plan permits state and local governments to distribute relief funding through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and extend “support for industries hardest hit by the crisis.”




ASHA 2021 Hall of Fame inductees

4 industry leaders to join ASHA Senior Living Hall of Fame

Four senior living industry pioneers have been named to the 2021 class of the American Seniors Housing Association’s Senior Living Hall of Fame. Carl Campbell, Robert Thomas, William Thomas and Patricia Will will be inducted July 26 at ASHA’s Mid-Year Meeting in Incline Village, NV. They will join 13 honorees from three previous classes.
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