Assisted Living News

This section features news for assisted living providers. 

We've featured some articles below, but be sure to check out all of our assisted living content.

  1. Congressional Committee Hearings on Aging Services

    Hearing testimony discussed the challenges of family and other informal caregiving, workforce shortages, the difficulties of navigating the long-term services and supports systems, challenges with accessing care especially in rural areas, and the necessity for better ways of financing essential services for growing numbers of ...

  2. There's Still Time - Deadline Extended for Assisted Living Benefits Study

    Nationally recognized and conducted annually, HCS's Assisted Living Salary & Benefits Report is recognized as the standard for reliable and comprehensive compensation data for ALFs/PCFs/RCFs. The Report covers management salaries, nonmanagement wages, and ...

  3. Health Care Education Bill Advances

    HPOG demonstration grants provide education, training, supportive services and career coaching to low-income individuals who are pursuing health care occupations. Training for CNAs and home health aides is part of the program, along with training for other kinds of health care professions. The ...

  4. MA Supplemental Benefit Toolkit Now Available

    The Toolkit includes: Medicare Advantage Engagement Strategy Checklist; Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits Explained; Medicare Advantage Plan Engagement Tips; A Step-by-Step Guide for Evaluating Medicare Advantage Activity in Your Market; Telling Your Story template. The ...

  5. Workforce Shortages: Bold Solutions from LeadingAge

    By 2030, the US will need 2.5 million caregivers working in long-term services and supports (LTSS) to keep up with the growing needs of our rapidly aging population.  There are not enough American born workers to meet this need.  Unemployment rates – currently 3.6%  nationally – are at a historic low. People ...