Culture change at nursing homes improves depression symptoms, dining but not cognition, researchers find
Jul 06, 2018
Culture change has been shown to improve nursing home residents’ depressive symptoms and dining experience, according to a recently released study by the LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMASS Boston.
LeadingAge to battle tax plan
Dec 06, 2017
Nonprofit providers could be ravaged by a Republican tax plan winding its way through Congress, industry leaders said in November.
Tax reform bill could devastate Medicaid, Medicare, groups warn
Nov 30, 2017
With a Senate vote on the GOP’s tax reform bill expected to come before the end of the week, advocacy groups are urging lawmakers to reject the legislation for its potentially “drastic”...
GOP tax cut plan could force providers to close up shop, group says
Nov 06, 2017
A tax cuts bill released Thursday by House lawmakers could be “devastating” for long-term care providers, according to the nation’s largest nonprofit provider group.
Groups call for delay of ‘costly’ mega-rule
Oct 06, 2017
The next phases of the new requirements of participation should be delayed to relieve burden on providers, LeadingAge told lawmakers in late August.
Republicans lobby for CLASS repeal; aging groups push back
Nov 04, 2011
Senate Republicans are continuing to push for repeal of the CLASS Act.
Win for Wii bowlers at LeadingAge
Oct 19, 2011
It was an unbeWiiVable victory for a Maryland team at the National Senior League bowling championship Tuesday. The Wii bowling team from Margaret Schweinhaut Senior Center, in Silver Spring, MD, became...
LTC facilities no longer have to pay licensing fees to show movies
Apr 28, 2011
Nursing homes and assisted living facilities are once again exempt from paying movie-licensing fees, thanks to an agreement with the Motion Picture Licensing Corporation.