Women on Senior Housing Boards Make a Difference

Female leadership on the board of a senior living company/community is good for the diversity stats, but more importantly, good for business. That’s the latest from this article in Senior Housing News, which touts several new reports and ...

 
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Statistics Snapshot: Who Resides in Assisted Living?

Data posted at The National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) website gives insight regarding the population who resides in assisted living communities throughout the US. The information was originally published in the “2009 Overview of Assisted Living”; the report was a ...

 
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Caregiving: It’s Not Just for Girls

When you think of a caregiver, you probably think of a gentle, nurturing, motherly type, and in fact, studies have shown that the majority of caregivers are middle-aged women who are likely balancing family and work with their caregiving responsibilities. However, a recent New York Times article by John Leland suggests that times are changing:

The Alzheimer's Association and the National Alliance for Caregiving estimate that men make up nearly 40 ...

 
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