The size of a residential care community can affect the organization’s structure and the characteristics of its residents, according to a new analysis by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
On February 17, LeadingAge and the Leadership Council
of Aging Organizations are sponsoringSeniors Decide 2016, the
only forum where all of the presidential candidates have been invited to talk
about issues that are important to older adults. The forum will be held
in Arlington, Virginia, and streamed live throughout the country.
Change is inevitable. We’re all familiar with that saying, and yet when faced with change, this idea brings little, if any, comfort.
Late December is the time of year when it seems the local media shifts its focus a bit. There are fewer tales of tragedy on the evening news, or in the local newspaper, and a few more tales of hope.
Popular aging services publications have highlighted the disagreement among key executives’ outlooks on senior housing development.