PORTLAND, Ore. — Link Senior Development and Insight Senior Living have launched the Ativo Senior Living brand, with three upcoming communities currently announced in the Southwest.
The first property, Ativo Senior Living of Yuma, Arizona, is currently under construction with a planned opening an early 2021.…
Landscape architecture is now a key part of space-planning, not just pandemic reaction.
By Linda Gates, Co-Founder and Casey Case, President, Gates+Associates
Long-term care residents and staff accounted for outsized shares of…
Legal protections are complicated in the world of COVID-19.
By Matt Keenan and Jenn Hatcher, Shook, Hardy & Bacon
The owners and operators of long-term care facilities know better than almost everyone…
Developers should help increase safe, welcoming options for seniors.
By Charlie Adams and Aileen Montour
For members of the LGBTQ community, access to safe, affordable and inclusive housing is a necessity. Research…
What is the biggest misconception about seniors housing and what can our industry do about it?
Confusion about types of care
By James Balda
President and CEO
Among the general public, there has always been…
Despite the significant challenges of converting old buildings into seniors housing, developers roll the dice and build a more inviting product.
By Jeff Shaw
Because of the special needs of the sector,…