Covid-19 Bulletin: NHI Collects 96.6% of September Rent, Finalizes Additional Deferral; Antigen Test Shipments Start

Senior Housing News recognizes the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic, so we will be periodically updating this bulletin to keep you apprised of developments, focusing on news and information that we identify as especially pertinent to senior living. The team at SHN knows how important your work is right now; we thank you and your […]

Movers & Shakers: The Springs Living Names COO; Former Lifespace CEO to Lead Lutheran Life Communities

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5 Top Concerns for Senior Living This Fall

One thing is certain as the coronavirus pandemic enters its sixth month in the U.S.: Covid-19 is not going away. “We are going to have to live with Covid-19 in the world,” Brookdale Senior Living (NYSE: BKD) CEO Cindy Baier told Senior Housing News. And, in many regards, the senior living industry is in fact […]

What Private Equity Looks for in Senior Living Partners Amid the Pandemic

While the coronavirus pandemic has caused some private-equity investors to slow down and reevaluate their investments in the senior housing industry, there are still plenty of opportunities for new deals to be made. But forging those deals will likely take close alignment between operators, owners and investors — and senior living companies should come to […]

Feds Formally Announce Financial Covid-19 Support for Private-Pay Assisted Living

Private-pay assisted living providers now have the ability to apply for funding under the Provider Relief Fund Phase 2 General Distribution allocation, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced Tuesday. The announcement comes about two weeks after the federal agency told the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) during a call that relief […]

Senior Living Industry Seeks to Expand a Covid-19 Hospitality Hiring Wave

Senior living providers have succeeded in recruiting displaced hospitality workers during Covid-19 — but some positions are harder to hire for than others. Just ask Adam Kaplan, founder and CEO of Solera Senior Living, a Denver-based senior living provider with three senior living communities under management today and another six in the works. In March, […]

Senior Living Providers Net At Least $252 Million in Small PPP Loans

Senior living providers across the U.S. received at least $252 million through Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans under $150,000. Assisted living and continuing care retirement community (CCRC) providers in California, Florida and Wisconsin received the most money through the program, according to a Senior Housing News analysis of PPP loan data released by the Small […]

Covid-19 Bulletin: Legal Immunity for California Providers in Doubt; Massachusetts Slow to Report Covid-19 Assisted Living Data

Senior Housing News recognizes the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic, so we will be updating this bulletin to keep you apprised of the latest developments, focusing on news and information that we identify as especially pertinent to senior living. The team at SHN knows how important your work is right now; we thank you and […]