Innovative Care Series: Music Therapy

Innovative Care Series: Music Therapy

The Older Americans Act of 1992 defined music therapy as “the use of musical or rhythmic interventions specifically selected by a music therapist to accomplish the restoration, maintenance, or improvement of social or emotional functioning, mental processing, or physical health…

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Give Your Activity Program The Attention It Deserves

Give Your Activity Program the Attention It Deserves

Today, a growing body of evidence shows that staying socially active could be every bit as important as staying physically active – especially for seniors. In addition to reducing their risk for depression, seniors who participate in social activities or…

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The Top 5 Challenges Facing CCRCs

The Top 5 Challenges Facing CCRCs

A recent study conducted by Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging revealed that seniors and their families view the idea of living in a life plan community, or continuing care retirement community (CCRC), as an excellent option. In fact, 74% of…

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Get Cooking With A Point Of Sale Software Upgrade

Get Cooking with a Point of Sale Software Upgrade

Everyone looks forward to a home-cooked meal. There’s nothing quite like gathering around a table with family or friends for some delicious food and conversation. In a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), your residents not only look forward to their…

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Future-Proof Your Home Care Agency

Future-Proof Your Home Care Agency

Like the rest of the long-term care industry, home care is changing. So, when you evaluate your options for home care software solutions, it’s important to think about the future. The software functionality your home care agency needs today might…

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Are You Ready For These Skilled Nursing Challenges?

Are You Ready for These Skilled Nursing Challenges?

When the United States Congress passed the Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation Act (IMPACT), it sent shockwaves throughout the healthcare industry. Now, two years later, post-acute care providers are still adjusting to new requirements for standardized patient assessment data in…

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