Transforming Age Still Expanding After Four Big Years

Hot off the heels of a years-long, company-wide growth spurt, senior services nonprofit Transforming Age isn’t done growing and changing—not by a long shot, according to President and CEO Torsten Hirche. “We want to change the world. We want to continue to make a huge impact,” Hirche told Senior Housing News. Transforming Age—formerly known as Presbyterian […]

Provider Finds Formula to Beat Industry Averages on Retention

Though some senior living providers must focus solely on higher wages or robust benefits to attract and retain top industry talent, that’s not the case at Presby’s Inspired Life. The Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania-based nonprofit, which has four senior living communities and more than 30 affordable housing properties in and around the greater Philadelphia area, recently reported that […]

Tax Reform Could Strike Blow to Nonprofit CCRCs

Comprehensive tax reform took a big step forward with the passage of a Senate bill in the early hours of Saturday morning. As House and Senate lawmakers now work on hammering out a single version of the legislation, senior housing stakeholders are speaking out about their top concerns–including, notably, a provision that could deal a major blow […]

Younger Seniors Line Up for Large Homes at CCRC

One non-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) operator has quickly sold all of its newly constructed luxury duplexes, attracting a highly sought after population of younger seniors in the process. The provider, Indianapolis-based BHI Senior Living, believes this shows that seniors do not necessarily want to downsize as they age, and the senior living industry could benefit […]

Top Trends for Nonprofit Senior Living This Year

Operating non-profit senior living grows more complex by the year. Accordingly, providers in that space are becoming more interested in satellite locations, wrestling with how many skilled nursing beds they should have and struggling with staffing issues. But they are optimistic on the whole. That was the core takeaway from the 2017 Ziegler Annual Senior Living Finance […]

Better Board Leadership a Must for Nonprofit Senior Living Success

From a lack of diversity among board members to old-school ways of doing business that need to change, there are a number of reasons why nonprofit senior living providers need to evaluate and potentially update their governance structure and practices. If they don’t, nonprofits could find their market share eroded by more nimble for-profit competitors, cautions […]

Major NYC Nonprofit Provider Goes Big on Hospitality

At a time when many senior living communities are taking hospitality to new levels, one New York City-based senior care nonprofit is putting customer service at the forefront of its operations. The New Jewish Home is a nonprofit provider serving about 13,000 people in New York City and nearby counties each year through a full spectrum […]

Average Long-Term Care Executive Salaries in 2016

In multi-facility long-term care companies, those in CEO positions are bringing in significantly more than other high-level executives, a new compensation comparison report found.  As of October 2016, the average total compensation (salary plus bonuses) of a CEO in long-term care was $484,010 while the average salary for a chief operating officer was $339,381, according […]

Technology Use Jumps in Nonprofit Senior Living

As an industry, senior living has been notoriously slow when it comes to technology. In 2015, however, some senior living technologies emerged as more popular than others, according to the 2016 LeadingAge Ziegler 150 report (LZ 150). The LZ 150, published annually, ranks the largest nonprofit senior living organizations in the United States by their […]