Everything Mary Leary needed to know about tenacity and resilience, she learned at home. Her father lived a full life despite injuries from World War II that left him fully disabled and forced him to relearn how to walk and talk.
Long-term care today is anything but a convalescent care business. As few other sectors, this field has evolved to embrace new and innovative ways to better serve its customers. Need proof? Then take a look at the winners in our just-concluded technology awards program.
Mather LifeWays recently announced the launch of InvestigAge, a new online resource for the senior living field. The source is expected to be a helpful resource for providers, developers, investors, researchers and other stakeholders, according to Mather.
As long-term care facilities rush to keep up with a rapidly aging population, the need to add beds and offer new services makes them a bright spot for job creation.