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Memory Care Design, Hot Dining Trends and New Research

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November 2017

The Memory Care Opportunity: Development and Design Trends
Gone are the days of institutional care settings for those living with cognitive impairment. Today, developers and operators are getting very creative in the ways they are designing cutting-edge housing for future memory care residents. Find out whether your organization measures up to what the most forward-thinking operators and developers in the industry are doing in memory care.

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Inside The Rise of Multi-Venue Dining In Senior Living
Today’s senior living residents demand restaurant-style dining. And today’s communities have not one or two, but in many cases, three or more restaurant-style venue options—from bistros to stations and fine dining. Learn about the top design and management principles that are shaping the high-variety senior living dining experience.

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Inside the Big Business of Ancillary Services in Senior Living
Gone are the days when multiple dining and programming options satisfy senior living residents’ wants and needs. The residents of today and tomorrow want the real total package—and that includes health care and wellness within arm’s reach. Ancillary services are the key to successful senior living of tomorrow. Get ahead of the curve and bring your senior living business to new heights.

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The Home Care Opportunity: Big Risks, Big Rewards For Senior Living Providers
Home care is hot. Many independent living and assisted living companies are taking a closer look at the opportunity and risks in expanding their services to include private-pay personal care. Learn about common pitfalls and success stories around in-home care.

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The Urban Opportunity: Senior Living Development and Design in the City
Move over millennials, city living is attracting a whole new generation — seniors. Drawn by walkability, proximity to health care, an array of services, entertainment and more, older Americans are pursuing the city lifestyle. Senior housing providers are taking note by bringing city senior living to a whole new level.

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