The Importance of Staying Active in Senior Care Facilities

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The demographic and background of the seniors currently residing in post-acute and long-term care facilities are vastly important in providing customized and individualized care. The majority of residents and patients in these facilities are of the baby boomer generation. Baby boomers are the generation born between 1946 and 1964. They’re currently between 57-75 years old. […]

The COVID-19 Strain on Seniors

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Most everyone is suffering from COVID-19 fatigue these days. The Corona Virus has been rampant in the United States since March and, as a result, most areas have been in some form of quarantine and/or lockdown. This has been difficult for everyone, but, with the highest risk and mortality rate, the world of seniors has […]

The Benefits of Fusing Academia into Senior Care

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“In long term and post-acute care (LT/PAC), innovation will happen as providers begin to embrace fusion with well-deserving collaborators.” Recently, many long-term care facilities have been incorporating education into their senior care. When long term care facilities team up with colleges, and education is fused into senior living facilities, it creates a system that is […]