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Continuing Healthcare Solutions employee receives COVID shot.

Long-term care provider cites ‘moral and ethical duty’ to residents in mandating employee coronavirus vaccination

As long-term care staff member COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to lag nationally, an Ohio provider is joining a growing industry trend of mandating employee vaccination out of a sense of “moral and ethical duty” to its residents. The company, however, which offers both senior living and skilled nursing, becomes one of the first large nursing home operators to announce such a policy.

Business briefs for Thursday, March 18

Trilogy Health Services, Cinematic Health Education team up to create bridge career training program for temporary nurse aides … Walker & Dunlop helps Senior Opportunity Funds Holding Company move outside Southeast with $9M in financing for the acquisition of Wisconsin assisted living community … Cushman & Wakefield complete sales of senior living communities in Norton, MA and Portland, OR … JLL negotiates sale of Boston-area nursing home for conversion to workforce housing … Atlas Senior Living acquires senior living communities in Florida and Mississippi … Silverado opens to memory care community in Thousand Oaks, CA

Loren Shook talking to a man with his back turned

‘Our communities have not closed!’ Licensing paperwork delay leads to communication headache for Silverado

“Let me assure you that our communities have not closed!” That’s the message that Loren Shook, president and CEO of Irvine-CA-based memory care provider Silverado, recently felt compelled to convey to consumers after resolution of a paperwork issue, slowed by the onset of the pandemic, led some to think that communities had closed.

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