Happiness and the ability to savor positive experiences can have lasting benefits on physical and emotional health. In a recent study performed by Mather LifeWays Institute, 267 older adults were asked to rate their happiness and health. The results proved that the more savoring ability the person possessed, the healthier they tended to be. The following guidelines are recommended by experts that can help to assist in health of senior living residents. As these are implemented, a sound Senior Living Liability Insurance Program..
The fluctuating economy and increased costs of assisted living have caused providers and consumers alike to find creative ways of caring for seniors. In order to compete with the other modern senior care models, traditional assisted living facilities are now offering a variety of new amenities and features. As the predicted trends are examined, your clients' senior care facility should be equipped with Assisted Living Facility Insurance to protect against the potential perils they might face.
Decline of Nursing Home Care Model- As the..
In recent news, over 50 nursing homes were cited for falsely advertising dementia care in their facilities. As the assisted living centers were not adequately equipped to make such claims, they have been cited by state regulators. Given this development, Nursing Home Liability is brought into question.
After a July review by the Alzheimer’s Association of Massachusetts and New Hampshire caused regulators to become wary of their advertising practices, the state found that nearly 60 percent of facilities that advertised memory, dementia, or cognitive..
Were you aware that the number of seniors in need of care is expected to double by 2030? As highlighted in the infographic above, this is according to sbdcnet.org, which cites that as of now there are roughly one million Americans who currently reside in senior care facilities.
This industry is comprised of many parts; nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home health care agencies, retirement care centers, memory care facilities, and more. The 77 billion Baby Boomers of today have already begun to retire, and will continue to do so steadily..