How to Retain Residents and Increase Length of Stay in Senior Housing

How to Retain Residents and Increase Length of Stay in Senior Housing

Senior housing occupancy reached a record low of 78.8% in the first quarter of 2021, according to new NIC MAP® data. Since many communities are currently struggling, it is the perfect time to take a closer look at Carlton Senior Living, which is beating the odds and extending residents’ length of stay by 2X because …

Resident Rounding Decreases Staff Turnover, Reduces Falls and Leads to Increased Occupancy Rates in Senior Housing

Resident Rounding Decreases Staff Turnover, Reduces Falls and Leads to Increased Occupancy Rates in Senior Housing

Senior housing occupancy rates are at an all-time low, falling by nearly 7% to 80.7% due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 according to GlobeSt.com. Communities must find ways to keep the residents they have and not lose them to competitors while ramping up referrals to attract new move-ins.  One way to achieve this go …

Empower Direct-Care Staff and Reduce Turnover with Fall Prevention Training Designed for Memory Care

Empower Direct-Care Staff and Reduce Turnover with Fall Prevention Training Designed for Memory Care

As Alzheimer’s and dementia progress, keeping residents from falling becomes increasingly difficult. An effective fall prevention program to keep memory care residents safe is crucial, but it is challenging to develop and requires comprehensive training tailored to individuals and their needs. Senior housing communities may question the cost and type of impact this type of …

Developing a Fall Prevention Plan for 2021

Developing a Fall Prevention Plan for 2021

This has been a year like no other, especially for senior housing communities. In addition to dealing with COVID-19 cases, communities are experiencing a staggering 20% increase in falls since social distancing and shelter in place went into effect. Residents are spending more time alone in their rooms, and communities must find new and creative …

Church Mutual Insurance partners with SafelyYou to increase use of fall technology and offset rising insurance rates

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Church Mutual Insurance and SafelyYou are partnering to accelerate the use of fall prevention technology and keep insurance rates affordable for assisted living operators by subsidizing costs for Church Mutual Insurance customers. SafelyYou Reduces Risk of Falls by 40% SafelyYou is a memory care-focused healthcare technology company, which leverages AI-enabled cameras placed in a resident’s …

COVID-19 Causes Occupancy Challenges for Senior Housing

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As states begin to reopen, the senior housing sector is dealing with its share of challenges and adapting to a new normal. An interesting research report, “Beyond the Global Health Crisis,” from Marcus & Millichap Research Services takes a closer look at the numerous changes senior housing providers are making to manage the pandemic as …

Direct Supply Partners with SafelyYou to Reduce Falls in Senior Living Amid COVID-19 and Beyond

MILWAUKEE and SAN FRANCISCO – June 29, 2020 – Direct Supply®, which delivers solution-driven platforms designed to enhance the lives of millions of seniors, is partnering with SafelyYou, a memory care-focused health care technology company, to leverage their collective expertise and help reduce the number of resident falls in senior living communities during COVID-19 and …

SafelyYou Scales AI at the Edge of Healthcare with NVIDIA Clara Guardian

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SafelyYou Scales AI at the Edge of Healthcare with NVIDIA Clara GuardianThe delivery of healthcare is increasingly challenging with having to do more with less resources. Smart sensors such as AI-enabled cameras and microphones can act as eyes and ears that can ensure public safety, improve patient care, and enhance operational efficiency at healthcare facilities. …

How can we reduce the risk of falls involving mobility aids in memory care?

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Mobility aids are necessary for many people living with dementia, but these helpful devices can actually increase the risk of falls. In fact, people with dementia are three times more likely to suffer a fall when using a mobility aid, such as a cane, walker or wheelchair, compared to not using one at all, according …