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Special memory care issue: Gaming tech meets brain health, new views on Alzheimer's research, CMS ethics compliance and more.
I Advance Senior Care is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Resident-Focused Care and this year’s new award, the OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Memory Care.
Providers often hire a director of nursing with decades of experience, but one Wisconsin nursing home chose to cultivate its own homegrown talent for the position.
By Patricia Derrick, Inventor, Brainpaths, LLC.
Repetitious sensory stimulation through finger tracings can improve memory and stregthen synapse connections. Braille-like textures and patterns allow residents to exercise their brains through their fingertips.
A resident's advance directive has turned into a legal battle with family members who say the assisted living provider shouldn't be helping her eat.
A Florida woman has been charged for allegedly rummaging through resident rooms.
The Electronic Arts alumnus also brings healthcare technology development experience to the iN2L team.
The comparison and ratings tool stems from a longstanding problem with elder abuse and neglect cases in the county.
Much like the Nursing Home Compare site for skilled nursing facilities, the new data comparison tool will allow consumers to see quality measures data on hospice and palliative care providers.
One facility shares how it is working to reduce pressure injuries for residents.
Doctors and patients are turning to new therapies to treat stubborn chronic wounds, but research is lacking on whether they are helping.
A British arts program is trying to change the public perception of dementia
I Advance Senior Care is proud to announce the winner of the inaugural OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Memory Care.
I Advance Senior Care is proud to announce the winner of the 2017 OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Resident-Focused Care.