Memory Care Innovations Take Hold in Wake of Covid-19

Covid-19 presented unique challenges for memory care providers. These challenges included limiting the ability of residents to walk about freely and congregate with each other, and ensuring the stability of their daily routines. Additionally, a report from the Alzheimer’s Association found that people with cognitive decline were more likely to contract Covid-19 than their healthier […]

Movers & Shakers: American House Hires Chief HR Officer; New English Meadows CFO

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Low Occupancy Prompts Price Discounts in Senior Living — But Providers Wary of Risks

Senior living providers recovering from the pandemic are using discounts and concessions to regain occupancy, raising concerns about price wars as companies across the industry strive to rebuild occupancy. In November 2020, providers such as Five Star Senior Living (NYSE: FVE) were already observing deep discounts and concessions in the market. Other data, including mystery […]

In the Pipeline: United Properties Plans Senior Co-Op; Frontier’s Growing Portfolio

In the Pipeline is brought to you by the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards, an annual competition that recognizes cutting-edge design, excellence, and innovation in senior living. View this year’s winning entries here. Construction: Planned United Properties is planning to open a senior cooperative community in Westminster, Colorado. Sign up for SHN + […]

In the Pipeline: Waterfront Senior Housing Planned in Virginia; New $190M Community in Colorado

In the Pipeline is brought to you by the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards, an annual competition that recognizes cutting-edge design, excellence, and innovation in senior living. Construction: Planned Cadence, Flournoy Start Work on Seattle Community Cadence Living and Flournoy Development Group have broken ground on Cadence at Kent-Meridian, a 128-unit senior living […]

Senior Living Providers Respond to Wildfires, Smoke In Midst of Pandemic

As wildfires burned millions of acres on the West Coast, senior living providers in the region grappled with another problem in addition to the pandemic: thick smoke and poor air quality. Last week, countless people along the West Coast woke up to “apocalyptic” orange and red skies as historic wildfires burned millions of acres of […]