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Sitting Disease: How to Avoid it In Your Facility

By Heather Brown
June 24, 2016

Sitting disease is a new type of disease that is recognized by the scientific community but not yet by the medical community as a diagnosable disease according to juststand.org. This disease is seen in individuals that are not active daily and spend the majority of their day sitting. According the American Journal of Epidemiology, “the ...

How to Properly Conduct an Employee Background Check

By Heather Brown
June 17, 2016

Hiring strong team members is the foundation to running a quality adult family home or assisted living facility.  It is essential for administrators to have a set procedure for the hiring process for many reasons including: making sure you are analyzing each candidate based on the same criteria, identifying the best ways to communicate with ...

New Residents: Are You Prepared?

By Heather Brown
June 10, 2016

Bringing new residents into your assisted living facility can be a daunting task for administrators.  Being sure that you are gathering all the information up front about your potential residents, can be the key to determining if you are able to offer them the level of care they need in their daily living. A few ...

Preventing and Protecting Your Adult Residential Care Home from Abuse Claims

By Heather Brown
June 03, 2016

When residents enter your care, their family and loved ones are relying on you to provide a safe environment for the residents to live and reside.  That is the goal of the majority of adult residential care homes and facilities across the United States and they are capable of providing the exceptional care expected of ...

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