Medical Technicians in Assisted Living

Medical Technicians

Assisted living facilities have many people in many roles. Each role typically requires some form of formal training or licensing. Nurses and doctors tend to have the most education in the facility regarding direct patient care. Administrators are often certified in business or management. Staff members who directly assist patients with their medical needs are typically […]

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National PACE Association

Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACEs, are an important part of caregiving in the United States. While many adults want to age in place at home or with loved ones, during this time of generational aging—when baby boomers are beginning to become truly “elderly”—facilities which can provide stellar care they cannot receive […]

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Making Friends in Assisted Living

Moving into an assisted living facility is a huge transition for many older Americans. The new environment and living spaces, the different routines and unfamiliar faces can sometimes cause seniors to self-isolate, become depressed or lonely, or to lose touch with the things in life that bring them joy. Without setting out to make new […]

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