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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
Developer and property operator Brightview Senior Living plans to build 154 units of senior and assisted living housing in Sayville on the corner of Broadway and Route 27.
In an era of tight financial constraints for skilled nursing facilities, one owner-operator turned to a unique funding source to offset construction costs — and set up savings for the future.
The newly approved state budget includes $500,000 for initial engineering and design of a veterans nursing home in Marion County.
The coming “silver tsunami” is a concept that continues to inspire optimism in the skilled nursing and senior care space, but the health needs of that population are still murky.
Wilsonville, Oregon-based Avamere Family of Companies recently announced it plans to open a “micro CCRC” in St. George, Utah.
To glimpse the future of dining in senior living communities, one might only need to step inside a Chipotle.
“All the costs certainly have been going up, and that’s a major theme of the sector,” Jeanette Rice, Americas head of multifamily research at CBRE, told Senior Housing News.
European manufacturer Pressalit Care has devised a sink that can be raised or lowered after installation.
Door decals are giving a Canadian memory care facility a new look and helping residents with wayfinding and navigation.
A Virginia resale boutique pledged $125k toward a memory care retrofit at an area senior living facility.
The cohousing trend is gaining ground with seniors as a way to downsize and live with others but is an alternative to care facilities.
Heritage Senior Living has developed a person-centered approach for memory care that is supported by physical surroundings.