Richard Peck

Richard Peck
Richard L. Peck was editor in chief of I Advance Senior Care / Long-Term Living for 18 years. For eight years previous to that, he served as editor of the clinical magazine Geriatrics. He has written extensively on developments in the field of senior care and housing.

Family-owned SNFs: Can they survive?

Caregiving challenges have become so demanding that many SNFs may not have the resources to meet them. And in no sector of LTC is that concern more profound than in the family-owned facility. Read More >>

Magic or mayhem: What’s ahead? Part 2

Editor's note: Last month, Long-Term Living readers were treated to five of Richard Peck's predictions for the industry in the coming years Read More >>

Magic or mayhem: What’s ahead?

Predicting can be a fool's game-so many unforeseen events, personalities and circumstances can intrude to cloud the crystal ball. Predictions are as Read More >>

Snap, crackle…in memory of Paul Willging

Snap, crackle—those are the words that always come to mind when I think of Paul Willging. It was no exception this week when I learned of his death Read More >>

My Top 10 Movements in Long-Term Care

Long-term care (LTC) does not lack for crusaders. Although the progressive forces in this field are little known to the general public, which tends Read More >>

LTC’s 10 most influential people

Are you satisfied with the names on this list? Tell us who you think were most influential by contacting the editors at psheehan@iadvance...

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An LTL classic: ‘The Night Before Christmas’

Editor’s note: An appreciative reader recently contacted Long-Term Living in search of her favorite Richard Peck editorial from a decade ago. Read More >>

Full-service lifecare

Laguna Honda Hospital San Francisco, California   Project Summary Client: Laguna Honda Hospital Architects: Anshen + Allen; Stantec Architecture Read More >>

Managing Alzheimer’s in the Green House

The Green House is certainly not a new concept anymore-there are now some 56 such homes on 18 sites in 14 states, with a further 100 being developed Read More >>

Housing the city’s elderly

What happens when you get teams from 10 architectural firms clustered in one large room attempting to design four inner city senior housing Read More >>