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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
Nicole has a Journalism degree from Kent State University and is finalizing a master’s degree in...
The long-term care industry can learn from the hospitality industry what it means to serve the customer and not our own ego.
Employers should create safety policies and procedures for handling domestic violence before it arrives on the doorstep.
Senior Editor Nicole Stempak reflects on how a cookie donation program is a sweet treat for an assisted living facility and the lucky community recipients.
Senior Editor Nicole Stempak takes a look at what the Alzheimer's Association annual report could mean for people with dementia and those touched by the disease.
Grandma’s cooking brings back fond memories for Senior Editor Nicole Stempak who considers the power—and importance—of food traditions.
A New York woman has started a collection to help area residents get new or gently used clothes, a simple gesture that reminds us dressing is more than a matter of appearances.
The holiday season is filled with memories, which can be an entryway to connect with people with dementia.
Senior Editor Nicole Stempak is optimistic about drug treatments and a cure for Alzheimer’s disease despite Eli Lilly’s solanezumab Phase 3 clinical drug trial failure.
North Carolina’s oldest living resident inspired Long-Term Living’s newest editor to go out and celebrate their shared birthday.