Dining at a Distance: Senior Living Culinary Teams Make Tough Decisions Due To Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many senior living providers to retool their dining programs in short order. The operational challenges have been intense and in some cases “gut-wrenching,” as they fly in the face of dining leaders’ natural inclinations to bring residents together and offer the highest-caliber experiences possible. Indeed, many providers have spent considerable […]

Movers & Shakers: Former Watercrest Exec Joins Sagely; New EDs for ISL, Grand Senior Living

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New Transform Podcast – The Future of the CCRC

The continuing care retirement community model is changing to account for boomers’ wants and needs, and to make CCRCs more important players in the U.S. health care system. To hear more about where CCRCs are headed, listen to the latest episode of Transform, a podcast about the people and ideas shaping the future of senior living, […]

Movers & Shakers: Maxwell Group’s New President; Springpoint Names VP of Marketing

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Senior Living Executive Forecast: 2019 Business Trends, Challenges, Opportunities

In 2019, senior living providers need get over a “me first” mentality and get collaborative. Occupancy will remain stagnant and workforce challenges will grow more complicated, but changes in the U.S. economy and health care system could alleviate some pressures and create business opportunities. However, to take advantage of opportunities, providers might need to “detonate” […]

Dished: Top Food Trends Making Their Way to Senior Living Dining

The senior living industry has seen a veritable revolution in dining services over the last decade, and many of those trends started with restaurants and cafes across the country. It wasn’t long ago that convertible bistro/wine bars and fast-casual dining were relegated only to the world of consumer dining. But consumer trends change over time, […]

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (2/25/18)

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: In progress Kendal Breaks Ground on Expansions for Virginia CCRC The Kendal Company recently celebrated […]

How The Kendal Corp. Has Mastered University Partnerships

Senior housing experts have long touted university partnerships as the solution to several frustrating industry challenges: staffing shortages, occupancy headaches, unoriginal resident programming. Despite the general agreement that university partnerships do benefit senior housing providers, though, it can be difficult to ensure their ultimate success. That’s why, at some senior housing communities, choosing whether to […]