June 01, 2015 - McKnight's Senior Living

Print Issue: June 01, 2015

Transfers should be easy for residents and staff, experts say.

Troubled waters?

In the perpetual quest to mitigate risk in assisted living facilities, one area that appears at the top of the concern list more frequently than others is bathing.

Locking the box

Locking the box

The HIPAA landscape is evolving for providers as cloud storage, mobile devices and large-scale cyber attacks present new challenges to security and privacy efforts.

A welcome change

A welcome change

When the renovation team first assessed the scope of the job they were about to undertake at the 20-year-old Fort Stockton Nursing Center, the first things they noticed were that the nursing station was much too large and the rehabilitation space was much too small.

Operators have more options and price points to consider when it comes to furnishing.

A lasting impression

Quality counts when it comes to furniture and furnishings. But that doesn’t mean you have to break the bank in order to get products that will retain a good appearance for a long time.

Case for a makeover

Case for a makeover

It’s imperative to roll out an appeal for renovating in the right way, including starting with a master plan, and having a way to minimize disruption to residents while work is underway.

Keeping residents safe from harm is a major issue for families and operators.

Staying safe and secure

As assisted living facilities welcome high-acuity residents in greater numbers, the issue of protecting them from potential safety hazards has become a top priority

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