On July 11, LeadingAge will send Provider Services Surveys to several individuals in your organization, using the Qualtrics survey platform.
Seventy-five percent of people with dementia will spend time in a nursing home, most typically in the moderate and advanced stages of their conditions. A new guide outlines how nursing homes can bring comfort to those residents and, by extension, to their families and friends.
The U.S. has much more experience with immigration than other countries in the world. So, when the topic of foreign-born direct care workers comes up at international conferences, Robyn Stone's global colleagues seek her advice. Here's what she tells them.
A 2015 study by Ecumen found that exposing residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to full-spectrum lights each day reduced sleep disturbances, behavioral episodes, and use of antipsychotic medications. The pilot project was funded by the LeadingAge Innovations Fund.
Approximately 60 Congressional staffers and Washington, DC-based aging and housing policy experts gathered on Capitol Hill June 20 for a policy briefing about LeadingAge research on emerging housing plus services models.