Discrimination and rudeness are daily travails for elderly

BOSTON: The last great “ism” is still to be conquered. Every day the elderly are subjected to imprisonment, segregation, restraint, chemical coshing, tasering (Canadian long term skilled nursing home), social media derision and bank balance rape. But there is also subtle dismissiveness, corporate bullying, inflexible thinking, Read More »

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Aged care compounds becoming soft crime targets

HOUSTON: Retirement communities and skilled nursing homes imply a level of elevated safety in their commercial pitch to prospective customers.

But evidence is mounting that age-apartheid compounds are increasingly becoming soft crime targets and the care sector is trashing its reputation by doing nothing to effectively Read More »

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Low levels of glucose in the brain may trigger Alzheimer’s

DALLAS: Our brain runs on sugar, and new research links the lack of glucose with cognitive impairment typical of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Additionally, researchers may have identified a new drug target for treating the neurodegenerative disease.

This can include problems with their reasoning, judgment, Read More »

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Seniors housing developers compete for Global Award

NEW YORK: The twenty sixth entry for the seniors housing Global Awards 2017 has been received.

Singh Development, a multifamily owner-operator with communities in Michigan and North Carolina, has unveiled renderings of the interior of Waltonwood Lake Boone, a 183-unit independent living, assisted living and memory Read More »

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