The senior care industry has undergone tremendous change recently, along with the physical buildings and layouts of senior care communities.
There are several challenges a facility needs to be prepared for when helping residents to feel that their concerns are being addressed.
Early illness detection has long been recognized for its importance in improving nursing home resident recovery and health outcomes. It's also a money-saver.
Often, chronic conditions are best managed by closely working with a resident’s doctor, but facilitating clear communication can be challenging.
Negative reviews can damage a facility’s reputation if left unaddressed, so it's important to respond promptly and appropriately.
Three thought leaders share strategies to rebuild trust with residents and families, increase occupancy levels, and leverage technology.
The long-term care industry is facing increased demand that will more than triple in the coming three decades.
Positive communication and regular interactions with residents’ families are key to building trust.
According to the CDC, more than one out of four people age 65 and older fall each year, and falling once doubles the chance of another fall.