Fewer Americans Dying From Heart Disease, but Rates Expected to Climb

The cardiovascular mortality rate has fallen in recent decades, mostly due to greatly improved treatments. However, the number of Americans living with cardiovascular disease is likely to continue trending upward, leading to serious public health implications, a new study has found. A group of researchers led by Ankur Pandya PhD, of Weill Cornell Medical College, […]

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Personal Care Partner Improves Outcomes for Memory Care Residents

Senior Lifestyle Corp. understands the heart-wrenching decisions and torn feelings that families experience when they put a loved one into one of its Legacy Court memory care neighborhoods. The company created the “Walk With Me” program to help families through the difficult transition. ALFA 2013 Best of the Best Award Winner  What makes this program […]

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Register for NAB Survey to Improve Administrator Exams

The National Association of Boards of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB) is conducting a professional practice analysis to identify the domains of practice, tasks performed, and knowledge and skills used by individuals responsible for leadership in organizations that provide long term care supports and services.  The purpose of the study is to develop a set […]

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