Wellness Push Into Senior Living Facilities

By Brendan Lynch: Covid has changed the way that many of us live, and certainly the way that many of us do business. Throughout many industries, there is an increased push towards wellness initiatives (including …

Pandemic Leads Families to Care for Loved Ones at Home

By: Shawn Rader On May 6, 2021, in The New York Times, Reed Abelson wrote an article entitled, “Covid Forces Families to Rethink Nursing Care.” Of course, nursing homes are not assisted living facilities; nevertheless, …

Aging at Home Becomes a Popular Option During Pandemic

By: Shawn Rader Aging at home is the new trend. An article in The New York Times on April 4, 2021, talks about the movement of people away from institutional housing such as nursing homes and senior living facilities which has …

Resident Newsletters: Good Idea or Disasters Waiting to Happen?

table with newsletter, eyeglasses and coffee cup

By: John Ruffier Senior Housing News recently reported about a resident newsletter at a Yonkers, New York, community that has garnered national and international attention. Frustrated with what she viewed as a lack of transparency …

Senior Living—A Place for Mom

  By Shawn Rader: Senior Living – A Place for Mom, published a guide for people looking for assisted living facilities.  It occurred to me that it might make sense for an ALF to review …

Senior Housing Occupancy Rates – The Road to Recovery

By: Matthew McMurtrey In a recent article published by Senior Housing News, Chuck Sudo discusses senior housing occupancy rate predictions for 2021. Many older individuals chose to suspend their plans to move into senior housing …

COVID Impacts Senior Housing Construction

| John Ruffier |  The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is not limited to making it harder to sell a senior living community due to nervous buyers and lenders (although we are seeing a thaw). …