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Importance of Background Screening for Hiring Nursing Home Staff

A residential nursing home is one of the most sensitive facilities that offer care to people with disabilities or the elderly. Staff members working in such facilities must be trained professionals to handle people with special needs. Besides professional qualifications, such individuals need to be people of integrity, trust, and…

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Keeping Prescriptions Safe in an Assisted Living Facility

Anyone who has cared for an aging loved one knows the importance of proper medication. Having the right prescriptions with the right doses can ease pain, promote recovery, and improve your loved one’s overall quality of life. There are several medication management tips you can follow when caring for your…

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Factors to Consider When Building a Senior Living Facility

None of us are getting any younger; most people plan for their retirements so that they can find a safe and healthy retirement community. Although, with so many people aging, many senior living communities are opening additional facilities or expanding on their current building. Unfortunately, expanding or building a senior…

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4 Modern Challenges Nursing Homes Face

Nursing homes around the country care for the most vulnerable population—seniors and those experiencing severe illnesses. This vulnerability is most clear as the coronavirus spreads and, sadly, infects some of those in assisted living facilities. While stopping the virus is of paramount importance, there are also additional priorities nursing homes…

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2020 Texas Hospital & Healthcare Guide

The 2020 Texas Hospital & Healthcare Guide is here! It is a complete list of all state hospitals, administrators, nursing centers, assisted living communities, local health departments, mental health crises centers, federal health contacts, professional health organizations, and more. Check it out here: http://tx-hospitals.com/

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How to Make Your Senior Community More Eco-Friendly

As the world becomes more concerned about environmental issues, the demand for greener facilities continues to grow. Retirement communities, nursing homes, and other senior communities are no exception. People of all ages want to do their part to protect the world they live in, and they know that true change…

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Must-Know Tips about the Digital Marketing for Senior Living Facilities

Having a marketing strategy goes a long way in boosting the revenue of any business within the economy. All companies, including senior living facilities, ought to take up the challenge to make their services known among the fast aging baby boomer generation. However, high-living enterprises have difficulties as it’s a…

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Four Ways to Make Your Senior Community Feel More Like Home During a Crisis

Do you manage a senior community or home? If so, one of your goals is to make sure your residents feel at home during their stay. Read here to learn some ways to make your retirement community feel more like home. Regardless of someone’s age, people should always feel at…

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How to Improve Care in Your Senior Care Home

When someone transitions to a nursing home, or any other senior community, they and their family entrust future care to that staff. After so long living autonomously, this is a significant change for an individual. When they make this change, they are often in a vulnerable state, which means that…

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Tips for Planning a Group Outing for Seniors

Group outings can be troublesome enough—but arranging these events can be particularly stressful for seniors and their caregivers. Not only do you need to account for everyone’s health, but you also need to remember that each person has physical limitations. Still, this isn’t an excuse to give up—seniors need the…

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