Identify Best Services for Your Affordable Community

Programming can make all the difference in keeping happy, healthy residents. By Flynann Janisse One crisis at a time is no longer an option for the multifamily industry. As seen in many other sectors, the global pandemic highlighted already broken

COVID-19 Impacts Property Valuations

Seniors housing pricing takes a hit amid pandemic. By James Tellatin The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly impacted seniors housing valuations.  The market for seniors housing assets is only beginning to thaw from the pandemic’s spring and summer freeze. In the

Broker Q&A: Not All is Lost

Investment sales professionals express optimism for the future of seniors housing despite the pain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Roundtable participants Brooks Minford, Associate Director, Berkadia Daniel Geraghty, Senior Vice President, Senior Living Investment Brokerage  Jordyn Berger, Senior Director, Walker & Dunlop Bruce Gibson, Principal, Senior Capital Advisors

Question of the Month: Marketing for Post-Pandemic Move-Ins

What kinds of marketing and outreach are you doing to attract new residents and increase move-ins? Find creative solutions By Joseph Jasmon CEO American Healthcare Management Group We adjusted our business relationship visits and offered a helping hand to those

Learning from Past Crises and Moving Forward

Lessons learned from the Global Financial Crisis can offer a blueprint for this new recovery. By Bryon Cohron, ProMatura, and Cheri Clarke Doyle, Trammell Crow Co. The social and economic impact of COVID-19 has shocked all economic sectors in a

How We Can Protect Our Most Vulnerable from COVID-19

By Shane Reeves, CEO, TwelveStone Health Partners As of mid-July, data showed that 45 percent of all deaths from COVID-19 in the U.S. had occurred in long-term care (LTC) and assisted living facilities. This means that many of our most

Why Would We Go Back to Pre-COVID Procedures?

It’s time to embrace the positive changes we’ve made in operations during this crisis. By Liz Jensen, Clinical Director, Direct Supply “If we had the right regulations in place before all of this happened, why did long-term care need waivers to take

Seniors Housing’s New Critical Design Component: Outdoor Spaces

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 COVID-19 infections and deaths, according to USA Today.

Protecting Long-Term Facilities in a Mass Tort Era

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 does how the destructive evil known as COVID-19

LGBTQ-Friendly Housing Brings Inclusion, Community

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 has shown that LGBTQ-identifying individuals report lower incomes,

Question of the Month: The Truth About Seniors Housing

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 Argentum Among the general public, there has always been confusion on how long-term care

Executive Insights: Episode One: Brenda Bacon, Brandywine Living

  Industry leader Brenda Bacon, CEO of Brandywine Living and former Argentum Board Chair, offers expert insight into the industry-wide response to the COVID-19 health crisis and how senior living can apply those lessons going forward. Listen to Episode One of

Build Your Brand from the Inside Out

A four-phase strategy to build an internal brand promise while creating opportunities to bolster staff dedication. By Mike Ulm, Pathway to Living When I started out in this industry years ago, my perception of seniors housing was steeped in some

Pandemic is Bringing Out the Best in Operators

How those working in seniors housing are rising to the occasion during COVID-19 By Joe Fairley, Laser Facility Management, and John Getha, NSRE Today’s facility professionals in seniors housing literally find themselves in the middle of a pandemic with their

Business Realities in the Age of COVID-19

Pandemic creates numerous legal issues for seniors housing operators. (Editor’s note: This column was written by law specialists at Hanson Bridgett. Because of the wide variety of challenges, the law firm asked each subject matter expert to write about his

The SHB Interview: Greg Roderick, CEO, Frontier Management

Third-generation owner and operator channels inspiration from his family and other industry luminaries into large portfolio. By Jeff Shaw Greg Roderick was born for this industry.  Roderick’s grandfather was the first in the family to enter seniors housing. He got

Senior Living Construction Continues Despite Pandemic

Particularly in the Southeast, where there are fewer cases, builders continue to find work with a few adjustments for COVID-19. By B. Shane Hornbuckle, Principal, Van Winkle Construction Feeling nervous about the economy in light of the pandemic? If you

Keep Seniors Social During Quarantine

Technology can help combat isolation in senior living. By Fahad Aziz, Caremerge People of all ages are struggling to socialize and keep in touch with loved ones during COVID-19 lockdowns. For older Americans, social isolation can be especially dangerous: loneliness

Making the Most Out of Complex Markets

Knowing the state of competition and demand will prepare a community for success. By Susan Brecht, Brecht Associates The market for all types of seniors housing is becoming increasingly complex. Service-enriched communities not only compete with each other, but now

Mental Health During COVID-19: The Invisible Threat to Seniors

Operators must find ways to keep residents social or risk their well-being. By Joanna Frank, Founding President and CEO, The Center for Active Design A less visible, yet very significant health impact of COVID-19 is the psychosocial implications for our

Question of the Month: Hospitality vs. Healthcare

Should assisted living be marketed primarily as a hospitality model or a healthcare model and why? By Meredith Mills Chief Operating Officer Country Meadows Retirement Communities I have always argued that anyone who is still asking himself or herself this