Complete coverage of ALFA’s 2015 conference
We've gathered Long-Term Living's complete coverage of the 2015 Assisted Living Federation of America annual meeting in one place for you. Click on the headlines below to read the articles.
In an exclusive interview, the president and CEO of the Assisted Living Federation of America sits down with Long-Term Living to discuss the present and future of the organization and of assisted living in general.
Assisted living may be divided into two types of providers in the future, according to two speakers at the annual meeting of the Assisted Living Federation of America.
The effort to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease faces challenges related to funding and clinical trial participation, among others, and yet reasons for hope exist, said members of a panel discussion at the Assisted Living Federation of America’s annual meeting.
Insights from past and present Assisted Living Federation of America Board of Directors chairs kicked off the group’s 2015 annual meeting in Tampa, Fla.
The Assisted Living Federation of America has launched a new initiative, Senior Living 2025: A Roadmap, to establish a united voice around four major issues facing the industry.
CEOs from five senior living providers gazed into their crystal balls and shared five predictions about the future of the industry during the annual meeting of the Assisted Living Federation of America.
The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) recognized five assisted living community staff members who help improve the lives of residents in big and little ways. The awards were just some of the ones given during ALFA’s annual meeting.
Lois A. Bowers was senior editor of I Advance Senior Care / Long-Term Living from 2013-2015.