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Memory Care Design Challenges, Senior Housing Crisis

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January 31, 2017

How Providers Can Meet the Memory Care Design Challenge

As baby boomers steadily creep up in age, the number of older adults requiring memory care is expected to balloon as well. Though this may come as welcome news to memory care communities nationwide, most of them aren’t necessarily up to the task of properly…Read More »

New York Times: Crisis Looms for Senior Housing

Assisted living communities that aren’t hitting the mark with customer service are part of a much larger crisis in senior housing, contributing opinion writer Ariel Arieff wrote in The New York Times’ Sunday edition on Jan. 29. Senior living providers will be familiar with the…Read More »

SPONSORED BY MATHER LIFEWAYS INSTITUTE ON AGING

What does transparency mean to residents in Life Plan Communities? 

Residents of Life Plan Communities today desire greater transparency from management and want to be engaged in key decisions. Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging is bringing transparency challenges into sharper focus with a new study. You can help by participating in a 10-minute online survey. Ultimately, we’ll provide strategies that address residents’ desire for transparency. Participants will receive a complimentary copy of the aggregate report. Access the survey.

Senior Housing Investments & Transactions: Capital Senior Living, IPA, Cushman & Wakefield

Capital Senior Living Acquires Two Facilities for $56 Million Capital Senior Living Corp. (NYSE: CSU) has acquired two assisted living communities for $56 million. The communities were previously owned by Keystone Senior. The sale of the properties was facilitated by Stephen Snider, an independent senior…Read More »

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3 Reasons For Optimism In Senior Housing Finance in 2017

Senior housing players have some reasons to be optimistic about financing looking toward the year ahead. The positive outlook stems from the Trump administration’s talk of deregulation, along with interest rate action and real estate investment trust (REIT) activity. Another outcome that may have an…Read More »

Assisted Living Incidents Lead to Costliest Senior Housing Insurance Claims

When it comes to professional liability insurance in senior housing and care, claims tend to be costliest for assisted living cases. The average total paid for assisted living claims that closed between 2011 through 2015* was $221,496, according to a newly released report from Chicago-based…Read More »


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