The following articles supply facts and figures from companies and organizations in the senior housing and care industry.
Declining cognition is associated with a significant decline in financial literacy, according to a new study from the Center for Retirement Research.
It’s a difficult and murky place many adult children and their parents find themselves when it comes to discussing end-of-life planning. Author Tim P...
End of Life, Facts and Figures, Hospice, Medicare, Partnerships, Reports
Medicare payments for hospice care in assisted living communities has more than doubled in five years, totaling $2.1 billion in 2012, according to a n...
Audits, Business Planning, cheatsheet, Facts and Figures, Membership, Regulations, Reports, Risk Management
ALFA has just published the 2014 Top Ten Deficiency Report, which provides a state-by-state assessment of the most common regulatory citations in seni...
cheatsheet, Clinical Quality and Quality Care Delivery, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Managed Risk
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data last month showing that the flu is now widespread across the United States, although it’s...
cheatsheet, Consumer Intelligence, Disabilities, End of Life, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Managed Risk, Reports
The future of disability among older American adults will be affected by how the United States prepares for and manages a complex array of fiscal, med...
cheatsheet, Engage, Facts and Figures, Physical Plant, Property Management, Real Estate
Senior Living Executive each year combs through data to put together a list of senior living’s Largest Providers. The issue is one of the magazine’...
Choice, End of Life, Facts and Figures, Managed Risk, Reports
Half of older adults who sustain injuries so severe that they could die in the hospital or not be able to function independently are not asked in the ...
cheatsheet, Consumer Intelligence, Facts and Figures, Reports
Which cities do most older adults call home? Forbes.com took a look at changes from 2000 to 2013 in the share of seniors in the populations of the lar...
End of Life, Facts and Figures, Memory Care Best Practices and Research, Memory Care Education, Reports
Researchers have developed a blood test that could diagnose early onset Alzheimer’s disease. The University of Melbourne researchers previously identi...
All About Alzheimer’s: The Power of Chocolate, the Wonder of Walnuts and the Down Syndrome Connection
Facts and Figures, Memory Care Best Practices and Research, Memory Care Education, Reports
Chocolate lovers rejoice – a new study found that a natural compound found in cocoa could reverse age-related memory loss. The study in Nature Neurosc...
cheatsheet, End of Life, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Reports
The National Center for Health Statistics has released its latest data for mortality in the United States in 2012, revealing that life expectancy has ...
Age is the biggest risk factor for forgetfulness – and this can be perfectly normal, says Dr. Thomas Loepfe, a geriatrician with the Mayo Clinic Healt...
cheatsheet, Clinical Quality and Quality Care Delivery, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Managed Risk, Medication Management
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is embarking on a vigorous campaign this flu season, specifically focusing on increasing the number of ...
End of Life, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Health Care, Informed Consent, Reports
An alarmingly high 95 percent of emergency room patients mistake their emergency contact as their designated medical decision maker for end-of-life ca...
Business Planning, cheatsheet, Consumer Intelligence, Facts and Figures, Reports
The United States is not prepared to meet the housing needs of its aging population, says a new study from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studie...
Facts and Figures, Health Care, Reports
Health care spending is expected to grow this year and immediately beyond thanks to the combined effects of new federal health law, faster economic gr...
Engage, Facts and Figures, Family Relations, Provider Member, Senior Living Options
Sunrise Senior Living’s blog takes a look at a study finding older women prefer roommates. Women over the age of 65 are more likely to prefer a commun...
cheatsheet, Facts and Figures, Health Care, Reports
Physician turnover remains high as more physicians retire, according to a new survey from the American Medical Group Association.
Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Memory Care Education
States are taking a closer look at their growing rates of residents suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, and moving toward creating statewide plans, si...
The IRS released a warning this week about phone scams after receiving numerous complaints from taxpayers who have received unsolicited calls from ind...
Accessiblity Issues, cheatsheet, Consumer Intelligence, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Reports, Senior Living Options
America’s seniors are becoming more proactive in improving their health and while they intend to continue living in their current home, most would tur...
End of Life, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Reports
U.S. News and World Report has released its 2014 list of best hospitals across the country, including a look at the top hospitals for geriatric care.
Facts and Figures, Health Care, Memory Care Best Practices and Research, Reports
Smokers are 45% more likely to develop dementia than non-smokers, according to new information published by the World Health Organization in concert w...
End of Life, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Managed Risk, Reports
Approximately 54 million American adults age 50 and older are affected by osteoporosis and low bone mass, according to new data from the National Oste...
Facts and Figures, Financing Senior Living – Consumer Education, Reports
A new study shines light on challenges riddling California’s diverse aging population when it comes to long-term care in the Golden State.
Active & Engaged Seniors, Consumer Intelligence, Disabilities, Facts and Figures, Health and Wellness, Health Care, Reports
Minnesota tops the list of healthiest states for older adults for the second consecutive year, according to data compiled by UnitedHealth Foundation f...
cheatsheet, Consumer Intelligence, Facts and Figures, Lead Generation, Marketing Strategy, Partnerships, Sales Process
The Internet consumer is very different than other types of consumers and how senior communities interact with them should be well orchestrated, said ...
cheatsheet, Consumer Intelligence, Facts and Figures, Reports
Americans age 40 and over who have personal experiences with long-term care are more likely to be concerned about planning for it but less likely to t...
Consumer Intelligence, Facts and Figures, Federal Agency Activity, Reports
Older homeowners are carrying more mortgage debt that before and threatening the retirement security of millions of Americans, according to new resear...
2009 Overview of Assisted Living
This data-packed research report of more than 50 pages provides senior housing providers, associations and other professionals with essential facts and figures about assisted living to help define the business to investors, media, consumers and others and is the most comprehensive effort to detail key benchmarks in the assisted living business. Free for Members | Non-Member Price: $125.00. Get the report now.
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2012 Largest Providers
Senior Living Executive, the award-winning magazine of the Assisted Living Federation of America, has released its much-anticipated annual list of the Largest Senior Living Providers in the assisted living business. The list features the industry's Top 80 Largest Senior Living Providers - giving readers and industry watchers a broad view of the competitive assisted living and senior living landscape.