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Several tools used in the BCAT Approach for cognitive assessments are now available to the public in the online brain health program.
It’s a simple story of love, but a love story for the ages.
Resident blogger Kathleen Mears had an eye infection that required multiple doctor visits and medications, which can be a frustrating and trying for anyone but especially an incomplete quadriplegic.
Surging numbers of seniors—and their lengthening life spans—are keeping emergency rooms busy with visits attributed to falling.
The Pacific Coast university is testing the legs of a new bachelor’s degree focusing on nursing home and assisted living administration.
The national care chain designed the cross-departmental program specifically to support residents with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders.
Researchers observed seniors who pick up mentally stimulating activities, even later in life, can help protect themselves against mild cognitive impairment.
Respecting end-of-life wishes is the ultimate goal in a person-centered care environment. So, how can caregivers help residents have "the conversation" and understand their choices?
It wasn’t a bump in the night, but resident blogger Kathleen Mears explains how scary it was waiting for her aides to come in one morning.
A granddaughter brings her birthday party to the nursing home so grandma could join in the celebration.
Researchers at the University of Washington conducted the first-of-its-kind study of the unique health challenges LGBT adults face as they age.
A continuing care retirement community helped plan a memorable evening in for a Pennsylvania couple still in love all these decades later.