‘Invisible workforce’ of informal caregivers can benefit residents and staff, CMS is going public with facility turnover and weekend staffing data, and what to expect in 2022 with long-haul impacts on senior living.
Millions of America's seniors haven't received booster shot and are vulnerable to Omicron, Congress reaches agreement on debt limit increase and defense policy bill, and register and book your room at the Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel by January 1.
The White House will distribute $1.5 billion to help ease the health worker shortage, why caregivers may reject products that make life easier, and things to know if your written material is for older adults.
Pandemic disruption spurred innovation in aging services, nursing homes can now lift most COVID restrictions on visits, and learn tactics and executive strategies to navigate your nursing workforce challenges.
Confronting ageism in healthcare, technology-enabled behavioral healthcare experiences are here to stay, and should all seniors get dental coverage if Congress adds it to Medicare?
How Pima Council on Aging used process mapping to improve services, a webinar on addressing social isolation through healthcare contracting, and Congress postpones the debt ceiling fight to focus on finalizing the “human infrastructure” package.
Studies link hearing loss with less physical activity among older adults, CMS publishes COVID-19 vaccination rate data of nursing homes for consumers, and we encourage lawmakers to help address the workforce shortage.
For those attending the LeadingAge 2021 Meeting & Expo in Atlanta, join us for our member networking reception on October 24.
The number of homebound older adults doubled in 2020, older couples’ perceptions on aging influence each other’s health, and U.S. News launches 'Best Senior Living' program.
Your participation is requested for national (Fed Reserve Bank) survey on the pandemic’s effects on nonprofits and the people they serve.