Editorial

The Green House Project Takes on New Relevance

The Green House Project opened its first home nearly 18 years ago. Since then, nearly 360 eldercare homes across 32 states are designated “Green House” homes. But more recently, this not-for-profit organization committed to redefining traditional nursing homes has garnered extensive media exposure for defying the odds. Covid-19’s impact on …

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Covid Continues to Inform the Future of Dining

Despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on dining operations in the senior housing industry, the dining experience remains as important –if not more so—to residents and their families. In fact, the J.D. Power 2020 U.S. Senior Living Satisfaction StudySM, released last November, found that dining remains a priority. “For …

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Senior Living Communities That Serve As Local Talent Incubators

This is Part 2 of a 2 Part series. The companion article, published earlier this week, addressed how three senior housing operators, separate from those featured below, are approaching their search for workers without senior living experience. During a LeadingAge Minnesota press conference held earlier this month, leaders from across …

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