Five Star Senior Living (NYSE: FVE), one of the nation’s largest senior living providers, has blocked the efforts of activist shareholder Senior Star to gain a greater stake in the company, at least for the moment. The saga between Five Star and Senior Star goes …Read More »
Millennials are more likely than older generations to consider a career in senior living, but they’re still not entirely sold on working in the industry. That’s just one finding from an extensive survey from industry association Argentum on public perceptions of senior living careers…Read More »
Rising minimum wages, a drastic workforce shortage and increased competition for talent have long-term care executives across the country looking to offset skyrocketing labor costs. Read this free whitepaper for quick and effective staffing tips to control labor costs while meeting residents’ needs. Download these tips today!
Join the American Seniors Housing Association for a webinar that shows you how to incorporate the Where You Live Matters consumer education initiative into your organization’s sales and marketing program. Our webinar tells you all the ways you can use our website and social…Read More »
(Rendering of Arcardia Senior Living, located in Bowling Green, Kentucky —Photo courtesy of Arcadia Senior Living) Construction: Planned Arcadia Community Planned in Kentucky A new senior housing community in Bowling Green, Kentucky is being planned by Arcadia Communities. The community will be constructed on a…Read More »
A seven-property, assisted living and memory care portfolio has been acquired for $186.25 million by an affiliate of health care real estate investment trust (REIT) HCP Inc. (NYSE: HCP). Chicago-based Senior Lifestyle Corp., the eighth-largest provider in the nation, will take over operations. Senior Lifestyle operates…Read More »
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