An Illinois retirement community is facing a lawsuit after inappropriate photos of memory care residents were shared by the ex-boyfriend of a former employee on Facebook, as well as one of the provider's own social media accounts.
Taking, posting, and sharing unauthorized images of residents via social media (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Instagram, etc.) can constitute abuse in violation of the Federal Conditions of Participation (COPs) for nursing homes.
For centuries, designers, artists, architects and city planners understood that pastoral landscape scenes could elicit rapid and significant recovery from stress. In modern times, this belief has been backed up by science.
A new website allows people to transform digital photos into collages that are printed on removable wallpaper. Users can upload photos from their computer and arrange in their preferred order.