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Leaders of Tomorrow Award winners, new therapy codes, the battle against HAIs and more.
The Alzheimer’s Association is offering new tools for clinicians and patients to discuss dementia care management.
Resident blogger Kathleen Mears knows aides must share information to provide the best possible care. She wonders if sometimes they ask for, or share, too much private information in a public setting.
A new documentary about robots in Japan showcases the human appeal in long-term care.
Vital Software and Creative Strategies have partnered to integrate and market their technologies for shared assisted living provider clients.
New legislation will help family members who care for senior loved ones at home following hospital discharge.
Electronic health records can improve flu vaccination rates simply by reminding physicians and patients about them, researchers find.
Despite political transitions, long-term care providers will insist on high-value, cost-efficient care. Here's how your nursing staff can lead the way in care quality.
Researchers found that dancing improved white matter in the brain area associated with the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Resident blogger Kathleen Mears shares her thoughts on sweet snacks and why nibbles between meals might not be a good idea.
A ballroom dance troupe visits long-term care facilities to help seniors groove to—and remember—the beat.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved 23andMe to market personal genetic tests for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and celiac disease, among others for less than the cost of a new smartphone.
Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. has received government approval for the first drug to treat tardive dyskinesia, a neurological disorder that causes involuntary movements.