The Center for Excellence in Assisted Living’s Randy Slikkers talks about the organization’s strategic vision for the future.
A former chef who killed two of his co-workers in March at an Ohio retirement community received a sentence of 66 years to life in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to the crimes.
Fee-for-service is the most common type of contract offered by continuing care retirement communities in Virginia, according to a benchmarking report released Tuesday by Ziegler and My LifeSite. The report also details pricing, accreditation and other information.
A intervention recently pilot-tested in private-pay home healthcare settings one day might help improve coordination of care, reduce hospitalizations and improve caregiver retention in assisted living, according to the study’s leader.
Most people wouldn’t want, and even are worried about, computer chips that could be implanted in their brains to give them “much-improved cognitive abilities,” a new survey finds.
Affordability and amenities will be the top influencers of future moves among renters and homeowners currently aged 55 or more years who responded to a recent survey. Renters and homeowners value those factors and others differently, however.