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Managing for Risk in Dementia Services

June 1, 2008

Taking on more memory care patients equates to potentially adding more risk. Learn about product and service innovations that can help to mitigate increased risk and help provide better service to residents.


O’Connor Makes Personal Plea, Urges Congress To Speed Alzheimer’s Research

May 20, 2008

Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor addressed the Senate Special Committee on Aging last week, urging members to help pick up the pace of Alzheimer’s research and begin fighting an impending Alzheimer’s epidemic. O’Connor, the first female Supreme Court j

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Assisted Living Industry Looks at Future of Alzheimer’s

May 16, 2008

The nation’s leading organization of assisted living providers today urged the Senate Special Committee on Aging to look to assisted living providers for the model of care for victims of Alzheimer’s disease.


10 Million Baby Boomers Face Alzheimer’s

March 25, 2008

One of every eight baby boomers, which translates to 10 million people, will develop Alzheimer’s disease in their lifetimes, according to the latest study released by the Alzheimer’s Association. These findings are particularly significant for assisted li


Seniors Benefit from ‘Fuzzy Logic’ Research

January 8, 2008

A research project conducted by the University of Missouri and England’s De Montfort University aims to improve seniors’ quality of life by developing “fuzzy logic” technology. According to a New York Times report, fuzzy logic uses computational mathemati


Innovative Approaches to Alzheimer’s Care

May 15, 2007

Explore behavioral interventions and resources to respond to needs of residents with dementia. Identify the concerns and discover innovative approaches that providers use in caring for someone with dementia.

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