Aegis President: Senior Living Industry Must Reposition Quickly to Attract Talent

Going into 2020, Aegis Living is taking an entrepreneurial approach to meet intense workforce challenges. And the provider’s president, Kris Engskov, is pushing for a broader industry effort. “I am concerned about how fast we need to reposition the industry,” he told Senior Housing News. Specifically, Engskov does not believe that senior living as a […]

Most-Read Senior Housing News Stories of 2019

Alexis Ohanian’s predictions about senior living disruption caught the attention of Senior Housing News’ readership last year. The Reddit co-founder’s interest in developing tech solutions for seniors was our top-read story of 2019, ending a two-year stranglehold on the top spot by Jimmy Buffett’s Latitude Margaritaville expansion. In fact, the intersection of innovation and senior […]

After ‘Existential Crisis,’ Nonprofit SFCJL Creates Byer Square Membership Model

In 2013, the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living (SFCJL) was facing a dire situation. Reimbursement cuts being contemplated by the state of California posed a serious threat to its skilled nursing-focused business model, and the organization’s leaders recognized that they needed to radically reinvent the nonprofit to safeguard its future and continue to fulfill […]

Juniper’s New Programming Model Gets Dramatic Start with Broadway Senior

The title song to the musical Cabaret was most famously performed by Liza Minnelli — but it took on new layers of meaning when sung by Susanne Hinrichs. Hinrichs is an 89-year-old resident of Juniper Communities’ senior living campus in State College, Pennsylvania. She found herself performing Cabaret because Juniper is piloting an ambitious new […]

Atria CEO Moore Anticipates 5-Brand Portfolio Within a Year

As the partnership between Atria Senior Living and real estate developer Related Cos. continues to take shape, Atria CEO John Moore remains committed to the multi-brand portfolio approach — and he says an expansion is on the way this year. Currently, Atria operates communities under three brands, and Moore believes the company will reach five […]

Senior Living Must Scrap Old Playbooks as Change Sweeps Industry

Senior living is in a period of tremendous change and upheaval. Providers must accept this and get creative if they are to survive and thrive, five senior living executives said this week at the Argentum conference in San Antonio. “I think the common theme is change — change in how we operate, change in technology, […]