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State Files Appeal After Judge Invalidates Florida Gov.’s Emergency Rule; Florida Argentum Filing Motion with District Court of Appeal

October 31, 2017

On September 16, Florida Governor Rick Scott directed the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) and the Florida Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) to issue an emergency rule requiring assisted living communities to obtain resources within 60 days, such as a generator and fuel, to support and sustain operations for at least 96 hours…

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Florida Legislators, U.S. Senators Focus on Disaster Preparedness for Older Americans

September 20, 2017

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Emergency Rule Filed by Department of Elder Affairs at Direction of Florida Governor Rick Scott

September 17, 2017

A Notice of Emergency Rule, 58AER17-1 Procedures Regarding Emergency Environmental Control for Assisted Living Facilities, was filed September 16, 2017 by the Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) at the direction of Governor Scott.  A similar emergency rule was filed by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) concerning nursing homes. The emergency rule is effective…

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Senior Living Certification Commission Launches Certification for Assisted Living Executive Directors

August 30, 2016

The Senior Living Certification Commission (SLCC) has announced the launch of its certification for Assisted Living Executive Directors. Applications for Assisted Living Executive Director certification and registration for the fall testing period for the

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New Report from CEAL Highlights Quality Measures and Instruments for Assisted Living

August 18, 2016

Researchers from the University of North Carolina’s Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research and School of Social Work, with funding from The Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL), completed a review of measures and instruments useful

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Argentum Report: Building Regulation and Assisted Living

June 16, 2016

Argentum recently released “Building Regulation and Assisted Living: A National Analysis Report,” identifying the different ways each state regulates how an assisted living community can be built.

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Study: Assisted Living Communities Remain Cost-Effective Leader

April 8, 2014

Assisted living communities remain one of the most cost-effective choices when searching for long-term care solutions, according to a new study conducted by CareScout for long-term care insurer Genworth.

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Senior Living Residents in 2025

January 1, 2014

Companies will face challenges in balancing the champagne desires of a boomer audience that hasn’t planned for retirement. Hard data is emerging on the interests and preferences of the future, prospective senior living residents. It comes from a range of

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Distinct Differences Found Among Residents of Small, Large Senior Living Communities

November 20, 2013

Researchers at George Mason University crunched data provided by the Centers for Disease Control to find out just what are the major differences among residents of the largest and smallest assisted living communities across the nation.

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Personal Care Partner Improves Outcomes for Memory Care Residents

October 15, 2013

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 t

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Report Highlights Consumer Costs for Long Term Care Options

April 10, 2013

A new report reveals that the median cost of a room in an assisted living community is less than half the median cost of a private room in a skilled nursing facility. The report surveyed almost 15,000 long-term care providers across the United States.

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Top Ten Impressions About Senior Living from a Young Adult

November 16, 2011

There is much talk about the distance between The Greatest Generation and The Millennial Generation, but last week the Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) made an effort to narrow that gap. Twenty-two year old Jackie Kerin, an ALFA public policy

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