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Speakers announced for McKnight’s WOD Forum

Female and male professionals from all layers of senior living and care are invited to take part in the second McKnight’s Women of Distinction Forum on May 19. It will feature three educational webinars offering business insights from Lifetime Achievement Award winner Mary Ousley and a dozen other top executives.

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CDC: Senior living COVID-19 guidance remains unchanged; ‘We’re not there yet’

“We’re not there yet.” That’s the message from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to operators of independent living, assisted living, continuing care retirement and affordable senior housing communities, as well as adult day centers. During a virtual session Monday about challenges and strategies for managing COVID-19, the agency said that its guidance is not yet changing for those types of providers.

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More news for Tuesday, April 13

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says challenge to COVID-19 executive orders too vague, could affect assisted living visitation if upheld … Vaccine hesitancy leads to spike in staff COVID-19 cases in Florida assisted living communities … More federal oversight of assisted living needed, comedian John Oliver says in ‘Last Week Tonight’ segment … Sun City, AZ, The Villages in Florida, New York among top cities where retirees move: AdvisorSmith study … Brookdale Senior Living completes COVID vaccination clinics; acceptance rate exceeds 92% among residents

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More news for Thursday, March 25

Michigan Supreme Court to hear arguments related to death of independent living resident who wandered into cold … Acts Retirement–Life Communities partners with Wilmington University for employee education opportunities … Assisted living resident with dementia won’t face charges after leading sheriff’s deputies on slow-speed chase in stolen truck … Florida lifts long-term care visitation restrictions; masking, infection control still required … Texas following federal guidelines on long-term care visitation and essential caregivers

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