Paycheck to Paycheck is comprised of an online, interactive database and accompanying report prepared by the Center for Housing Policy, the research division of the National Housing Conference, that compares wages for selected occupations with the income needed to buy or rent a home.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently published a proposed rule that would impose stringent regulations regarding how healthcare facilities, including long-term care facilities, dispose of pharmaceuticals classified as hazardous waste. Presently, while pharmaceutical hazardous waste in long-term care facilities is regulated by the agency, it is subject to the agency’s less-stringent household hazardous waste standard. In the proposed rule, however, the EPA argues that long-term care facilities more closely resemble hospitals and thus should be subject to more stringent requirements.
Rising housing prices, declining mortgage delinquency rates, and favorable investment returns have led to better performance among continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) since 2013, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings.
16 Maryland high school students are studying to become certified nursing assistants (CNA) through a tuition-free program sponsored by Ingleside at King Farm, a LeadingAge member and continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Rockville, MD.
Recent research points to the usefulness of mindfulness practices, such as yoga and meditation, in reducing some of?the symptoms of diseases such as diabetes and depression.