Let’s take a look at some of the key problems and challenges we discussed about improving the resident experience with top industry thought leaders Sara Kyle, Kelly Stranburg, Barbara Solomon and Aras Erekul.
Resident profiles are the starting point for offering living experiences on the individualized level, but filling them out and using them seems like they’re treated as more of a joke than as a way to get to know residents. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at why resident profiles got started in the first place, how they’ve evolved, and how we can make them useful again.
To continue the month-long conversation for World Alzheimer’s Month, we’ve been taking a look at various topics surrounding Alzheimer’s and Dementia. This week, we’ll be diving into different methods anyone can use to help improve memory recall in people with Dementia.
In this post, we’ll be looking at consistent assignment, when staff members routinely care for the same residents (in 80% of their shifts), and how this can create lasting benefits in your community.
Each of these avenues of care is important in its own right, but it’s important to note their differences.
Much like with people, your community’s first impression is crucial to bringing in new residents as well as helping to retain the seniors already in your care.
Between our jobs, family, friends, home responsibilities, leisure time, and on-demand entertainment, it’s never been easier to have a few days slip by in the blink of an eye.
Technology adoption and senior living may not be completely synonymous at the moment, but we’re facing a shift in assisted living communities that might call for more tech with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life.
While it’s important to make sure potential residents and their families like your community, it’s also important to make sure that you have the capacity to care for them.