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June 18, 2018

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A Home Away From Home for People With Dementia, Alzheimer’s

June 18, 2018

Also included: Reducing the Learning Curve for New Employees, To Retain New Hires, Make Sure You Meet With Them in Their First Week, Older Adults With Gout Have Higher Rates of Dementia, Florida, Georgia AGs Talk Up Senior Abuse Enforcement, Senior Abuse Prevention Website Launched for Advisers, Public, Trump’s Plan to Lower Drug Prices Tests…

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The Wellness Movement That’s Empowering Older Adults to Become Artists

June 15, 2018

Also included: Find Your Next Leader at Argentum’s Senior Living Career Center, More Adults Go to Psychiatrist, Not PCP, for Mental Healthcare, Greater Focus on Sex, Gender Differences in Alzheimer’s Needed, New Mechanism by Which Alzheimer’s Disease Spreads Through the Brain Discovered, Study Shows Link Between Financial Literacy and Hospitalization Risk in Older Adults, Healthcare…

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David Fife Returns to Benchmark as Executive Director for Split Rock

June 14, 2018

Waltham, Mass. – David Fife began his long-term care career at Benchmark, a leading provider of senior living services in the Northeast, and now he’s returning to the company as Executive Director for Benchmark Senior Living at Split Rock, a premier assisted living and memory care community in Shelton, Conn. “Benchmark’s dedication to its associates and…

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Benchmark’s The Atrium at Rocky Hill Welcomes New Executive Director

June 14, 2018

Waltham, Mass. – In college, Trish Keaney remembers being confused by what her roommate’s major in gerontology actually was. Over 20 years later, she never imagined she would be pursuing and loving a career in the same field and in her new role as Executive Director for The Atrium at Rocky Hill, a Benchmark memory…

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Republicans Give Up on Medicare Overhaul

June 14, 2018

Also included: Securing the Right Training Opportunities for Sales Staff, Survey Finds Healthcare Workers Understand Security Measures but Still Share Sensitive Information Through Non-Secure Email, Older Adults Increasingly Have HPV+ Oropharyngeal Cancers, Record 16,000 People With Dementia Went Missing Last Year in Japan, Smoking and Diabetes ‘Risk Factors’ for Calcium Buildup in Brain, ‘Living Will’…

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June 13, 2018

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High Blood Pressure at Age 50 Tied to Dementia Risk

June 13, 2018

Also included: Commit to Investing in Quality with Senior Living IQ, Guide Helps Small, Medium Firms Find the Right Wellness Fit, Sleep Duration Tied to Dementia, Death in Older Adults (Correction), AARP Calls for Changes to SEC’s Investment Advice Proposal, AMA Adopts Policy to Make Long-Term Care More Affordable, Curbing Senior Abuse, Medicare Takes Aim at Boomerang Hospitalizations of Nursing Community…

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Sleep Duration Tied to Dementia, Death in Older Adults

June 12, 2018

Also included: Access Complimentary White Paper on Today’s Senior Living Employee, Are Companies Driving Employees Away With Outdated Attitudes?, Workplace Tech Impacts Hiring, Worker Retention, Survey Finds, Senior Suicide Is on the Rise — What Can We Do to Stop It?, AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly to Scrap Alzheimer’s Drug Trials, Millennials Expect to Retire at…

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Visual Association Test, MMSE Highly Predictive of Dementia in Older Adults

June 11, 2018

Also included: The American Medical Association Has Long Opposed Assisted Suicide, but Is That About to Change?, Fed Up With Rising Costs, Big U.S. Firms Dig Into Healthcare, Promote Employee Wellness, OPM Tells Agencies, To Take Care of Your Health, Measure Your Waist, Long-Term-Care Insurance Is Now an Estate-Planning Tool

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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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