Happy Monday, Senior Housing News readers! Hopefully your weekend was filled with something other than taxes.
Here’s a recap of some of the stories SHN covered last week:
We published the first installment of SHN’s “Confessions” series, where an anonymous architect talked about senior living clients’ worst habits, the hype around innovation, and how to determine a more realistic budget.
Centers for Healthy Living (CHLs) could increasingly become the “heart” of senior living communities, according to some experts.
HCP Inc. (NYSE: HCP) President Justin Hutchens has decided to leave the health care REIT to become CEO of HC-One, one of the biggest care home operators in the United Kingdom.
The “Connect the Ages” campaign recently released a video featuring young workers discussing how they wound up in the senior housing industry.
A potential class action lawsuit recently filed in Florida takes aim at the staffing practices at Brookdale Senior Living (NYSE: BKD) and asks for increased transparency from the nation’s largest senior housing provider.
Also in the News
How to Find Your Missing Keys and Stop Losing Other Things—The New York Times published a handy article about how to find things you’ve misplaced—tips that are helpful no matter your age.
Written by Mary Kate Nelson