Category: Assisted Living

Most Read: Memory Care in 2025, 3D Printing Meets Senior Living

In case you missed them … here are the top headlines grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week: 5 Ways Memory Care Will Change By 2025—Senior housing providers recognize the rapidly growing need for memory care services. Yet, the future will bring not only Read More »

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (4/16/15)

Construction: Planned CA Ventures Planning Assisted Living Project in Kansas City Area Chicago-based real estate investment, development and management firm CA Ventures gained approval from the Overland Park Planning Commission this week for a special-use permit and final development plan for a 116-bed assisted living Read More »

10 Most Expensive Places for Assisted Living in 2015

With the cost of assisted living care increasing dramatically on a national basis, this senior living option remains most expensive in Washington, D.C., according to the 12th annual Cost of Care Survey from Genworth. “The survey shows a dramatic increase in facility based care, including Read More »

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (4/9/15)

Construction: Planned Big Rock Partners, Millennium Real Estate Group Plan $25 Million Community Big Rock Partners, a national real estate investment management and development firm based in Beverly Hills, Calif., and its joint venture partner Millennium Real Estate Group, of Port Royal, S.C., this week Read More »

[Updated] ALFA Takes Senior Living Certification to the Next Level

The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) is forming an independent credentialing organization that will operate and govern certification programs for senior living providers. Established separately from the organization, the new credentialing push is the latest in a series of initiatives the senior living trade association Read More »

Senior Living Operators Tread Lightly on Tech’s Digital Divide

Senior living is rife with new technologies for residents and operators alike. But with an abundance of solutions and opportunities for providers to traverse the digital divide, it’s easy to get swallowed in the abyss. Whether it’s a wearable device, remote monitoring or some form Read More »

Google Data Sheds New Light on Senior Living Search Trends

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The adult children of seniors are often the main decision-makers when it comes to a move into senior living, but new data about how they search for senior housing can tell providers a lot about how to market to both these Baby Boomers and their Read More »

A Place for Mom Launches National Senior Living Price Index

Prospective residents and their families can now get a better idea of how much senior living costs in their region via a new national price index from A Place for Mom (APFM). The nation’s largest senior living referral service on Wednesday released its first National Read More »

As Providers Ready for Baby Boom, Senior Housing Set to ‘Explode’

Senior care providers have long been tasked with anticipating the wants, needs and preferences of tomorrow’s resident. But now, they’ll have to re-imagine what maturity and growing older really means as they prepare for the new wave of their most demanding consumers. But it’s not Read More »

Tech Makes Senior Living a Preferred Player in ACOs

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Technology will not only be a differentiator for the senior living operators who adopt it, but it will also be the catalyst in forging partnerships within Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Such was the sentiment among a panel of senior living executives during last Thursday’s Senior Read More »