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Millennials and Retirement — How Bad Is It?

June 8, 2018

Also included: Find & Post Jobs in Argentum’s Senior Living Career Center, NLRB General Counsel Issues Handbook on Handbook Rules, There Are Probably More Gig Workers Than Counted in U.S. Survey, Justice Department Won’t Defend Affordable Care Act in Lawsuit Brought by States, Lawmakers Plan Hearings for Bill to Raise Social Security Benefits, Payroll Taxes, Trump Signs VA Law to…

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Art Program for Those With Dementia Opens Minds and Hearts

June 7, 2018

Also included: Argentum Receives Eight 2018 Hermes Creative Awards for Publications, Web, Fighting Isolation to Support Rural LGBTQ Seniors, How Robots Are Making Better Drugs, Faster, Is Surgery Right for Your Older Loved One?, NCQA Project Promotes Quality Care, Optimal Sleep Linked to Lower Risks for Dementia and Early Death

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Fostering Intergenerational Connections

June 6, 2018

Also included: Commit to Investing in Quality with Senior Living IQ, 7 Time Management Techniques for Executive Directors, Substance Use on the Job Is Costly and Dangerous, Combining DXA, Quantitative CT Makes for Most Effective Osteoporosis Diagnosis, A Typical Communication Pattern of People With Alzheimer’s Disease, Medicare Financial Outlook Worsens, What to Know About Social Security…

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As Hurricane Season Begins, States and Industries Take Stock of Last Year’s Lessons

June 5, 2018

Also included: Finding Success with Cross-Generational Mentoring, Companies Can Address Talent Shortages by Partnering With Educators, How the Robot Revolution Is Changing Our Lives, Prospect Park Development to Offer Senior-Living, Childcare, Wisconsin Seniors Introduced to Virtual Reality Technology, Inside the $28 Million Alzheimer’s Village Where Participants Can Shop, Farm, and Socialize Freely

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How to Have Fun Is an Overlooked Skill in Aging

June 4, 2018

Also included: Recognizing the Industry’s Best of the Best, Caregivers Take on a Second Shift in an Aging America, Thinking About Retirement? Consider Working a Little Longer, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Celebration, Can an App Tell If You Have Dementia Years Before Your Doctor?, Feds Say Skimping Can’t Save Seniors From Rising Med Cost

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Seniors Increasingly Using Online Healthcare Portals, National Poll on Health Aging Finds

June 1, 2018

Also included: Find & Post Jobs in Argentum’s Senior Living Career Center, Scarcity of Housing in Rural America Drives Worker Shortage, Elder Justice Coordinating Council to Provide Updates on Efforts to Combat Senior Abuse and Neglect, In Foster Homes, Veterans Are Cared for Like Family, Brain-Boosting Activities Tied to Lower Dementia Risk, Skyping the Doctor?…

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Rethinking the ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ Approach to Alzheimer’s Precision Medicine

May 31, 2018

Also included: Attracting Staff With a Local Engagement Strategy, Study Shows Correlation Between Employee Engagement and the Long-Lost Lunch Break, Walmart Unveils a New Employee Perk: College Tuition, Chicago Researchers Trying to Mitigate 800 Percent Projected Growth of Latinos With Alzheimer’s, Clues to Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s From How You Use Your Computer, One-Hour Exercise, Three…

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Treasury’s Crime Unit, Consumer Bureau Team Up on Senior Fraud Prevention

May 30, 2018

Also included: Become a Senior Living Works Ambassador, Facebook Tools Are Used to Screen Out Older Job Seekers, Lawsuit Claims, For Those With Dementia, Help From Technology, In Seniors’ Hands, Firearms Can Be Even Deadlier, Senate Bill Calls for Medicare Part D Electronic Prior Authorization, What Explains the Widening Gap in Retirement Ages by Education?

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Drug Abuse Among Seniors Grows

May 29, 2018

Also included: Reducing the Learning Curve for New Employees, How Companies Can Identify Racial and Gender Bias in Their Resident Service, Community Paramedicine Program for Older Adults Reduced Number of 911 Calls, Improved Health, For Seniors Who Are Lonely, Robots Offer Companionship, NIH Summit Delivers Recommendations to Accelerate Therapy Development for Alzheimer’s Disease, States Fight…

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New Bill Aims to Make Sure Medicare Customers Get Drug Discounts

May 25, 2018

The Next Frontier in Workplace Wellness Is Financial Health, Walmart Is Joining a Growing Movement to Get Stay-At-Home Moms Back Into the Workforce, Depression Speeds Up Brain Aging, Find Psychologists, Outdated Medicare Marketing Strategies Likely to Cost Health Plans Millions, Senate Health Committee to Hold Hearing on Trump Drug Pricing Plan

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Study Finds Older Adults Spending More Time in Cognitive Good Health

May 24, 2018

Also included: Securing the Right Training Opportunities for Sales Staff, With Death Rate Up, U.S. Life Expectancy Is Likely Down Again, Early Hearing Loss Could Pave the Way for Dementia, Study Says, LifeSpan Network Applauds Rate Increase for Maryland Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports Providers, Poor Older Adults With Medicaid Insurance More Likely to Die After…

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Congress Enacts Bill to Protect Older Adults from Scam Artists

May 23, 2018

Also included: Access Complimentary White Paper on Today’s Senior Living Employee, Medication-Related Harm in Older Adults Is Common, Costly, and Preventable, Yoga Helpful for Older Women’s Incontinence, Toddlers to Help People with Dementia Restore Memories, GAO Calls on CMS to Continue Prior Authorization Experiments, Senate Close to Voting on Bill to Reform Veterans Affairs Healthcare

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