Stress, diet, activity level, genetics…there are so many contributing factors to high blood pressure. As one of the most significant risks for heart disease and stroke, hypertension is something that can be addressed with lifestyle changes. How are you helping your seniors live their best and longest lives?
There are many networking connections that can help your RAL business succeed. One critical networking element is to find senior living advisors. Professionals in your area whose job it is to connect seniors and their families with the right assisted living homes. Are you making the right connections?
So you’ve heard about the amazing investment potential in residential assisted living and you want to get involved, but where do you start? There are significant increases in senior population in geographic areas across the country that could indicate there will be a rise in demand for senior living. The following demographic trends might shed light on the best locations to build your business.
Like most things, life is not so much about the quantity as it is the quality. Quality of life during the silver years is just as important as more youthful stages of life. It’s not enough to simply meet the immediate physical and medical needs of seniors, but to care for their mental and emotional needs as well.
As residential assisted living owners, we are on the front lines when it comes to protecting the elderly. We all need to do our part to keep those around us safe. The following offers some guidance from OSHA about personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers and employers as well as some comparisons between masks from 3M.