Specialized Diets for Senior Care
It is important to understand the types of diets recommended for your residents’ health conditions and dietary needs but can be difficult to know which foods should be included and avoided in specialized diets. Take steps to educate yourself and your staff on specialized diets.
Social Inflation: What Personal Care Homes Need to Know
Are you prepared for the impact of social inflation on your business and finances? Social inflation is a term used to describe the skyrocketing claim costs in the insurance industry that are outpacing general economic inflation. These rising costs are a threat to policy affordability and potential availability.
Managing Light Exposure to Improve Wellness in Long Term Care Facilities
Creating a practice for optimal light exposure throughout the day is the single most important
way to improve sleep and mood, which benefit a slew of other health indicators.
Making Conversation: The Age-old Art of Asking Interesting Questions
Engaging with seniors through meaningful conversation is an important part of their socialization and has been shown to be particularly important for their well-being.
On Notice: What Constitutes Pandemic Preparedness in Long Term Care Today
Few people were prepared for the coronavirus pandemic, and that includes many assisted living facilities. This is the time to assess what went wrong and how to achieve true pandemic preparedness going forward.
Prioritizing Caregiver Well-Being: Strategies for Staff Retention
In today’s labor market, supporting team well-being is an essential part of any organization’s staff retention strategy.