Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Senior Living articles below.
As nursing homes and assisted living communities continue to battle COVID-19, facilities leadership still face tough challenges.
KONOse is an Energy Star certified smart thermostat designed to address the senior care market with increased visibility, focused ease of use, and adjustment assurance.
TalkMaster FOCUS Voice-to-Voice Intercom solution for senior living enables user-friendly, immediate communication between resident and staff.
A recent survey provides insight into how seniors and their adult children may weigh the merits of senior living facilities.
For 2017, Brookdale Senior Living earned the energy efficiency certification for 25 of its facilities throughout 10 states.
The continuing care retirement model is still the most popular senior living model in the U.S., but Baby Boomers have different ideas about where and how they want to age.
Designed with healthcare and similar facilities in mind, this product mimics the natural Kelvin changes of the sun throughout the day.
The June 2017 issue features the impact of workplace design on productivity, plus a
look at conferencing technology, HVAC systems, sustainable carpet, security, acoustics, construction projects, and energy management.
This issue takes a comprehensive look at smart facility technologies, the Internet of Things, maintenance software, and energy management. Plus, mitigating disaster.
With its roots in healthcare, Sun Health formed a partnership with the Banner Health system that eventually led to a new focus for the company—from that of an acute care provider to a healthy living provider.
An assisted living residence conducts a pilot program to increase energy efficiency.
In Wichita Falls, TX, a new gathering space has enlivened a nursing and rehab facility.
Canterbury Healthcare Center in Alabama undergoes changes and improves life for its residents.