The following articles are from the Top of Mind column in the Senior Living Executive magazine. Top of Mind articles are written by Rick Grimes for executive level management in the senior living industry.
Richard P. Grimes
President & CEO
New research conducted by two independent polling firms found 94 percent of ALFA member residents satisfied or very satisfied with their assisted livi...
Luke’s Wings is a nonprofit charitable organization that flies family members to be by the side of wounded veterans when they return to the U.S. to re...
With ALFA State Affiliates and ALFA State Chapters in 33 states and ALFA as a full-service trade association, our work can be boiled down to the achi...
I’d like to think that the more they “investigated” our business, the more they came to realize that what we offer is a vital part of the solution to ...
Our promise to residents is that they will be afforded choice, independence, dignity, and quality of life. The job of the staff is to be supportive, n...
Half of family caregivers (51%) provide care at home to avoid institutional care (skilled nursing homes) and this presents a challenge to those provid...
But with growth and success in business—whether the car business or the senior living business—comes media attention when anything goes wrong. Ignorin...
Consumer Funding Resources, Financing Senior Living – Consumer Education, Senior Living Executive, Top of Mind
The U.S. Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance program is an important benefit for military veterans and their spouses who need financial support...
Ensuring that federal policymakers understand what our business is all about (choice, independence, dignity, quality of life) and what it is not about...
End of Life, Top of Mind
Studies show that people are happier and costs are reduced when families talk about end-of-life and advance directives.
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