Technology is enabling assisted living operators to keep residents secure without intruding on their independence and privacy.
One of the best ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease in old age is to remain physically active in the preceding years, Finnish researchers recently discovered.
Although most of us are clearly aware that our residents age in place, we frequently overlook or ignore another critical aging trend — the gradual deterioration of our physical plants.
Seniors are completing advance directives in record numbers, but this is not having the expected effect of shifting people from hospitals to hospices in their last days.
In an age where personal information is increasingly at risk of being exposed and stolen, protecting that data from brazen interlopers has become a monumental challenge.
Cultivating motivation in the rehab therapy setting comes down to pushing the right buttons at the right time — and knowing when to stop pushing
While tight funds can prove challenging when revamping outdated or dilapidated spaces, beautiful assisted living communities can be had on even shoestring budgets.
An expanding menu of bathing equipment and options is enabling senior care operators to offer residents more choice and safety than has ever been possible
Visitors to Silverado-Orchard Park are likely to be greeted by a dog named Eli as they walk through the front door.
Clear the air now: it’s truly good for everyone involved
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