Providers Must Change The Language Of Aging, Speakers Say

October 24, 2014     Lois A. Bowers
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Senior living housing and services providers can—and should—direct efforts to alter negative language and perceptions related to age and aging, LeadingAge leaders say.

'Nonprofit Difference' In Danger, LeadingAge Board Chair Says

October 24, 2014     Lois A. Bowers
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Nonprofit aging services providers must find new and innovative ways to support one another to ensure survival, LeadingAge Board Chair David Gehm told members at the organization's annual meeting.

FIRST LOOK: Avanti Senior Living

October 24, 2014     Posted by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
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With an eye on providing residents independence and a thoroughly hospitality-inspired vibe, Avanti Senior Living has three new communities, offering assisted living and memory care, under development in Texas. See a sneak peek of the properties’ design here. 

North Shore Place Celebrates With Riboon-Cutting Ceremony

October 22, 2014     Posted by Shandi Matambanadzo, Associate Editor
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The seven-acre development, which started construction in Feb. 2013, is 170,000 square feet with 156 apartments.

Play To Your Strengths: Lessons From A CCRC Expansion Project

October 21, 2014     Kristin D. Zeit, Editor-in-Chief
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The master planning process behind the $61 million planned expansion of Aldersgate in Charlotte, N.C., took an exhaustive look at all options, with many voices, before deciding to “embrace the space.”

Forest Ridge Skilled Nursing Begins Construction

October 20, 2014     Posted by Shandi Matambanadzo, Associate Editor
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The new two-story development is a planned skilled nursing facility that will be located adjacent to Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center.

Kensington Gardens Estate Senior Living Renovates, Expands

October 16, 2014     Posted by Shandi Matambanadzo, Associate Editor
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The newly renovated Manor Garden Suite in the privately owned and operated Georgian mansion, offers six luxury rooms supported by a 24-hour fully licensed dedicated care staff.

Seniors Housing Benefiting From Economy, Report Says

October 15, 2014     Posted by Lois A. Bowers
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The seniors housing industry is benefiting from the improved national economy and housing market, according to a new report.

Q+A: Lorraine G. Hiatt Talks Innovation For LTC Environments And Design

October 15, 2014     Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
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An environmental gerontologist who’s spent decades planning, researching, and designing long-term care environments, Lorraine G. Hiatt weighs in on the changing shape of LTC design and getting away from the “iceberg philosophy.”

Town Hall Apartments To Provide Affordable Senior Housing

October 14, 2014     Posted by Shandi Matambanadzo, Associate Editor
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The $23.7 million affordable housing development is the first LGBTQ-friendly affordable senior housing development in Chicago.

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