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    Steve Manning

    Steve Manning is a journalist based in Idaho. When he's not writing, he can usually be found at the theater or taking his dog on a hike. If he could only go to one restaurant for the rest of his life, it would be Al's Place in San Francisco.
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    Why the Senior Living Revolution Will Be Individualized

    When Jake Rothstein tried to find a caregiver for his aging grandfather, he kept running into the same problem: there simply wasn’t anyone available on demand. Agency after agency told him they couldn’t send anyone for a few hours at a moment’s...

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    Improve Culture, Solve Labor Issues?

    Building a strong company culture takes a wide-angle lens and an eagle’s eye for detail. It’s a never-ending mission that starts at every employee’s job interview and lasts through their tenure at the company—which, if the culture is strong enough,...

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    Ideas on How to Solve Senior Living’s Staffing Crisis

    In a recent SLIF MasterMind session, ten senior living executives came together to share how they are addressing the staffing crisis. The conversation included leaders from Erickson Living, Senior Lifestyle, Validus Senior Living, PointClickCare,...

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    Understanding the Role of Place in Health and Happiness

    When Ryan Frederick, CEO of SmartLiving 360 was completing his MBA at Stanford, he spent a summer working for an executive at Sunrise Senior Living. After landing the job, he asked to spend a month living in one of the company’s communities. Sunrise...

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    Creating a Personalized Model for Senior Living

    There are 76.4 million Baby Boomers living in the US right now, of which 10,000 turn 65 every day. For senior living operators, these numbers represent a looming challenge. “The next generation of consumer is gonna want to live where they want to...

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    Indoor Air Quality is the Next Frontier in Senior Living

    The senior housing industry has learned many lessons over the last two years, perhaps few more important than the need for a renewed focus on indoor health and safety solutions. A recent survey by Delos’ Consumer Insights Team examined how senior...

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