Assisted Living News
This section features news for assisted living providers.
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What would you do if you found out that billionaire Warren Buffett was planning to visit your assisted living community? If you’re Immanuel Village, a LeadingAge member in Omaha, NE, you’d do your best to act natural.
Four years after the Miami Herald newspaper claimed that Florida’s assisted living residents were being “neglected to death,” the Florida Legislature passed a reform bill aimed at increasing oversight of assisted living communities without placing undue burden on providers. Not everyone agrees the legislation meets those goals.
A pilot program at Hebrew Home at Riverdale in New York is using an offbeat idea from a 2004 Adam Sandler movie to help residents with dementia start their days on a positive note—without the use of drugs.
A new white paper from the Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL) identifies 4 issues that consumers, providers, and other stakeholders must address if assisted living is going to remain a viable option within the long-term care field.
Directors of marketing in assisted living communities earned more money in 2014, according to the 2014-2015 Assisted Living Salary & Benefits Report. The report was published by Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) in cooperation with LeadingAge.