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Getting Lost: Why Older People Might Lose Their Way

March 16, 2018

Also included: See What’s New at the Senior Living Expo Workers at Customer-Facing Companies Tend to Be Happier, Join Us! Countdown to World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Older Americans Are Experiencing ‘Delayed Aging’ — and Better Health, Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Older Adults’ Health?, Temple Medical School Announces Creation of New Alzheimer’s Center

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Dementia Study Links Your Risk With Your Fitness Level

March 15, 2018

Also included: An International Design Approach for the Future of Aging, Yale Study Probes Reverse Mortgage Motivations, Racial Disparities, Alcohol Use Disorders Associated With Early-Onset Dementia, Low-Fat and Reduced-Calorie Diet May Prevent Age-Related Brain Changes, Lifting Therapy Caps Is a Load Off Medicare Beneficiaries’ Shoulders, Home Sharing: Growing Trend or Desperate Need?

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Aging Americans Will Outnumber Kids by 2035

March 14, 2018

Also included: Bruce Tulgan, Expert on Leadership and Management, Addresses Generational Divide in the Workplace, New Medicare Cards Coming Soon, Loneliness Doesn’t Drive Seniors to See More Doctors, Thyroid Gene Variation May Increase Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease in African Americans, UWF Conducts Clinical Trial to Treat Agitation in Alzheimer’s, Local Participants Needed

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Why Some Older People Are Rejecting Digital Technologies

March 13, 2018

Also included: Argentum Introduces First Class of Senior Living Sales Counselor Certificate Recipients, Poll: People View Millennials as “Spoiled” and “Lazy”, Absence of Key Protein, TTP, Rapidly Turns Young Bones Old, Muscle Loss in Old Age Linked to Fewer Nerve Signals, Daytime Drowsiness Increases Risk of Alzheimer’s in Seniors, Study Says, Edmonds Improv Class Helps…

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Your Risk for Dementia Could One Day Be Determined Through a Blood Test

March 12, 2018

Also included: Complimentary White Paper Provides a Profile of the Senior Living Resident, Entertainment Copyright and Licensing: What You Need to Know, The OAA Meal is Part of the Equation: A Conversation with Lance Robertson, ACL Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging, Common Knee Surgery Doesn’t Help Older Adults, New ACL Funding Opportunity for Alzheimer’s…

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How Common Is Food Insecurity Among Older Adults?

March 9, 2018

Also included: Airbnb, Coca-Cola Marketing Exec to Address Power of Purpose at Argentum Conference, Bill Introduced to Improve Offerings Under Health Savings Accounts, How Progressive Companies Are Using Instagram to Attract Top Talent, Senate Bill Aims to Boost 401(k) Annuities, Small-Employer Retirement Plans, Most Americans Already Using Artificial Intelligence Products, A Psychiatrist Discusses How to Tap Into Wisdom and Grow…

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What Influences Older Adults’ Preferences for Care?, 

March 8, 2018

Also included: Become a More Effective Executive Director, Colorado Governor Signs Act Limiting Amount of Increase in Fees Assessed Against Assisted Living, Oregon Couple’s Final Days Captured in Intimate Aid-in-Dying Video, To Help Women Advance, Their Trailing Spouses Get Job-Hunting Aid, Drinking Problems Tied to Higher Risk of Early Dementia, State-of-the Art Brain-Imaging Technology, Distinguishes Between Normal Age-Related Memory Loss…

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Alzheimer’s Researchers Win Brain Prize

March 7, 2018

Also included: 3 Steps for Developing Tech-Enabled Services in Senior Living, Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference & Expo Recognized by Trade Show Executive for Increased Growth, Participation, Labor Department to Test Voluntary Reporting for Wage Violators, Study Estimates Medical Costs Attributable to Falls Among Older Adults, Washington State Pilot Programs Expanding Support for Family Caregivers,…

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Trump Administration Plans to Slash Labor Relations Board, Consolidate Power

March 6, 2018

Also included: See What’s New at the Senior Living Expo, Five Best Practices to Reduce the Risk of Employee Incidents, AI Is Now Analyzing Candidates’ Facial Expressions During Video Job Interviews, Number of Paid Sick Days Directly Impacts How Americans Use Preventive Care Like Flu Shots, Fall Detection Devices for Older Adults Are Falling Short,…

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How Many Seniors Are Living in Poverty? National and State Estimates Under the Official and Supplemental Poverty Measures in 2016

March 5, 2018

Also included: Complimentary White Paper Provides a Profile of the Senior Living Resident, Opioid-Related Crime Takes Toll on Older Adults Across NC, DOL Demands Real Action Over Missing Participants, NELS Summit to Take Place July 17-19 in Washington, D.C., Senior Abuse Sometimes Is Self-Inflicted, NAELA Supports National Consumer Protection Week

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Uber and Lyft Think They Can Solve One of Medicine’s Biggest Problems

March 2, 2018

Also included: Final Day for Conference Early Bird Registration, How to Address the Root Cause of Your Employee Engagement Issues, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School to Open Hearing Center With $10 Million Gift, A Tale of Love, Family Conflict and Battles Over Care for an Aging Mother, Stem-Cell Study Points to New Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease, A New Idea: Mandatory Retirement…

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More Isn’t Always Better When It Comes to Healthcare, Older Americans Say

March 1, 2018

Also included: Learn From Experienced Operators at the Hive, Enhanced Wellness Plans Yield Top Results, Suit Targets Bias Against Older Workers in Recruitment, The Stigma of Mental Illness in Small Towns for Older Adults, CFPB’s Mulvaney Urges States to Play Bigger Role in Enforcement Cases, Medicare Wellness Programs Promise Better Health Outcomes

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