Hopefully, you’ve already had your morning coffee and you’re ready to take on the day. Before you do, take some time to get caught up on the events of the past few days.
In the senior housing world, last week was a week of change:
After 45 years, Holiday Retirement is doing away with its “live-in managers” and replacing them with executive directors who live off-site.
Cornerstone Affiliates—the California-based parent company of provider and management companies be.group, American Baptist Homes of the West (ABHOW), Beacon Communities, Inc. and Seniority, Inc.—has rebranded as “HumanGood.”
Senior Housing News spoke with Mainstreet Property Group about its new “Rapid Recovery Centers,” recent executive turnover, and general industry headwinds.
Also in the News
How Alzheimer’s Defined a Family—The Wall Street Journal profiles a family that includes several people genetically pre-dispositioned to develop early-onset Alzheimer’s.
Are Baby Boomers Too Old to Ski? Probably Not—More older Americans are skiing than ever before due to better grooming on the mountains, improved ski equipment and faster chairlifts, according to The Washington Post.
Written by Mary Kate Nelson