Statistics show engaged employees mean lower turnover and higher retention. That’s good for staff morale, residents and the bottom line.
A continuing care retirement community has launched a life care at home membership program to offer the benefits of community-dwelling for those age 55 and older who are still living at home or too young to move to campus.
One stand-alone CCRC invites prospective residents to be their guest as part of larger resident-driven marketing efforts.
Memory care thought leaders gathered in at the Memory Care Forum to discuss the state of the industry and look ahead at what’s to come.
Risa Lavizzo-Mourney has announced she will step down as president and CEO the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a position she has held for almost 14 years.
Celebrate those who served and their caregivers who live in assisted living and residential care communities with National Assisted Living Week.
An analysis of the 100 top-grossing films of 2015 show seniors in a less-than-flattering light, especially in comparison to a Humana survey that found the story of aging is much more uplifting.
Long-Term Living caught up with Ruta Kadonoff minutes after wrapping up her first conference at the helm of Pioneer Network to talk about her plans for the organization and revolutionizing aging.
Senior music major Haley Jenkins reflects on how spending her final year of college living at retirement community has taught her about life—and changed her plans for the future.
“Household model” senior living environments are attractive to residents for their person-centered care and resident quality of life, but are they financially viable?
A recent study has found women prefer to see female urologists, but that can be a challenge because female urologists are a small minority.
Industry innovators are pushing the meal ticket far beyond fish sticks and apple slices.
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