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More COVID-19 relief needed before January, provider groups say

While congratulating President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their victories at the polls, executives of the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living and LeadingAge are calling for Congress to work in the time before the Jan. 20 inauguration to pass an aid package to help long-term care operators and others battling the coronavirus.

Most affordable seniors housing providers can’t afford pandemic supplies: survey

The majority (69%) of affordable seniors housing providers say they are at least financially strained — if not severely financially strained — as a result of having to pay for personal protective equipment, cleaning supplies, thermometers, and other screening tools amid the ongoing pandemic. That’s according to a survey of 278 nonprofit seniors housing providers conducted by LeadingAge earlier this month.

Business briefs for Thursday, Oct. 22

COVID-19 has forever changed how senior living and care will do business: speakers … Older workers face higher unemployment than their mid-career peers amid pandemic … New affordable housing subsidy will help preserve Ohio seniors housing community … Walker & Dunlop launches new black equity certification program … CBRE arranges $80M refinancing for California seniors housing community … JCH closes $13.9M sale of California assisted living community

Business briefs for Monday, Aug. 24

Tiny home manufacturer partnering with Vancouver Housing Authority to build alternatives to assisted living … Fargo, ND, makes list of Forbes “Best Places to Retire” for 10th year in a row … Healthpeak selling Kentucky properties owned by Atria Senior Living … Investcor, Integral to build Nevada seniors housing community … Bethesda to open seniors housing community in Minnesota

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