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Fike 2.0: How national tragedy created a long-term care champion

Fike 2.0: How national tragedy created a long-term care champion

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Last week, President Obama dedicated the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City. The occasion got me thinking about how the searing experience instilled in some survivors a fierce sense of mission. Katy Fike is among those transformed by 9/11, to the benefit of seniors and long-term care providers.

I saw the (nursing home) sign part II: Trouble in Goffstown

I saw the (nursing home) sign part II: Trouble in Goffstown

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A small-town conflict over signage has pitted a New Hampshire nursing home against its neighbors -- and might suggest some larger trends in long-term care.

HackFest winners build a virtual bridge between senior living communities and homebound elders

HackFest winners build a virtual bridge between senior living communities and homebound elders

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Homebound elderly people might soon have easy virtual access to activities offered by senior living communities, thanks to the winners of the inaugural LeadingAge HackFest.

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