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Special memory care issue: Gaming tech meets brain health, new views on Alzheimer's research, CMS ethics compliance and more.
New CMS regulations are an opportunity for providers to write policies and practice procedures that can prepare staff for the unexpected.
I Advance Senior Care is proud to announce the winner of the 2017 OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Resident-Focused 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.
A Kindred executive director will be honored for contributions to quality improvement at the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living’s Annual Convention and Expo.
The new group will explore long-term and post-acute care staffing issues and provide resources to combat turnover.
Government policies that impact immigrant workers could have devastating effects on senior care warns PHI, a national organization for the direct care workforce.
A Good Samaritan rehabilitation unit has closed because it has had trouble filling and maintaining necessary nursing levels.
Does a four-year degree outweigh years of experience in making the best nursing home administrators? Oklahoma legislators consider the pros and cons.
Employee satisfaction surveys can be a helpful retention tool, but they also can raise red flags with employment law attorneys.
May 14-20 is National Nursing Home Week, a chance to recognize the work of staff, the gifts of residents and the role of nursing homes at large.
A Texas nursing home is being sued for negligence after a CNA captured footage of a sleeping resident rubbing feces on her face.
From senior volunteers to Generation Z, intergenerational staff teams can be an energizing force or an infighting nightmare.