Close to half of respondents earning $80,000 a year or more have a will, an increase of 7% since 2020, according to Caring.com.
“Gray divorce” — the unfortunately named term for divorce after age 50 — is increasing among baby boomers.
A new study showed that caregiver burnout is becoming a growing problem.
Assisted living communities and other healthcare settings cited for previous COVID-19 safety violations are facing additional pandemic-related scrutiny from the federal government.
New research, published in JAMA Network Open shows that using a comprehensive approach to engage patients in Advance Care Planning (ACP) during the COVID-19 pandemic effectively improves the opportunity for ACP discussions and documentation as well as equitable healthcare delivery.
The COVID pandemic has shown how palliative care can also be valuable for managing the pain and stress of illness.
Study finds patients who consistently see same GP have fewer health complications and emergency hospital visits.
Here’s what we know so far about omicron — plus tips for keeping yourself safe as it spreads.
The COVID-19 pandemic increased demand for and complexity of care, accelerating existing trends toward longer duration and more acute long-term care.
The senior care industry has undergone tremendous change recently. While senior care operations may be reshaped and reimagined, the same is occurring to the physical buildings and layouts of senior care communities. New trends are emerging, many of which will likely have a lasting impact on the industry.