Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A Dark View of Assisted Living

Many of these “communities” don’t hire or retain enough adequately trained staff to support their increasingly old and frail residents, who aren’t the active, silver-haired strollers depicted in brochures, but people typically in their late 80s with multiple health problems and high rates of cognitive loss.

Read in the New York Times - A Dark View of Assisted Living

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