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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
A professional caregiver reflects on the very personal side of family communication.
A nonagenarian and teenager bond over their time spent on the baseball mound.
Residents in one senior living community can share their stories and perspective on life through a new media publishing partnership.
Resident blogger Kathleen Mears manages to keep track of time and wonders whether other benefits might benefit from clocks in their room, too.
Resident blogger Kathleen Mears manages her money with a close eye to keep track of her own spending and to make sure someone isn’t spending her money.
The white paper describes 39 innovative programs that are changing the way providers deliver quality care for those with dementia.
It’s a simple story of love, but a love story for the ages.
A survey of Swedish nursing home staff found seniors who kept busy reported better well-being and were more engaged, highlighting the importance of staying active and retaining personhood.
Researchers observed seniors who pick up mentally stimulating activities, even later in life, can help protect themselves against mild cognitive impairment.
A granddaughter brings her birthday party to the nursing home so grandma could join in the celebration.
A continuing care retirement community helped plan a memorable evening in for a Pennsylvania couple still in love all these decades later.
A Texas nursing home received a special delivery of some handmade Valentine’s Day cards.