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 […]

In the Pipeline: New Perspective Development in Wisconsin; Inspir Carnegie Hill Tops Out

In the Pipeline is brought to you by the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards. Sign up for the SHN Architecture & Design Newsletter from SHN for updates on architecture and design trends, the annual SHN Awards Competition. Construction: Planned New Perspective to Develop Wisconsin Community New Perspective Senior Living is set to start […]

Movers & Shakers: Cadence Names Culinary Leader; Atlas’ New Compliance Director

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Senior Living Slow to Adopt Tech for Wellness-Focused Operations

The senior housing industry is gradually embracing technology in its wellness initiatives but is still just scratching the surface. That’s according to an active aging industry trends survey recently released by the International Council on Active Aging’s (ICAA). The survey found that senior living providers are shifting away from a care-focused operational model to one […]

Maplewood Develops New Flagship Property, Plans West Coast Expansion

As Maplewood Senior Living prepares to open the sales center for its Inspir-branded Manhattan high-rise project, the company is also constructing a new flagship community in Connecticut. In addition, it is planning to open a corporate office on the West Coast to support its first communities in that part of the country and drive further […]

New ‘Memory Farm’ Offers More Active Style of Dementia Care

When Johanna Jameson began exploring memory care as a research subject for her doctoral dissertation, she returned time and again to gaps in care service, and the difference between physical needs and cognitive ones. Jameson, a care consultant at Alzheimer’s Association out of their national office in Chicago, recognized that the care industry too often […]