Is Your Senior Living Website "Mobile First"?
For years, senior living marketers have been focusing more and more on mobile friendly platforms, but it is becoming clear that that focus n
Seniors and Driving: Safety Tips
One of the most difficult parts of growing older is determining when the time is right to give up driving. For many people, driving is synon
Seniors and Exercise
As people grow older they may become unsteady on their feet. Improving balance is a good way to help prevent falls. Research is showing th
Seniors and Travel
As a not-for-profit organization, Road Scholar is dedicated to making its learning adventures accessible to the widest possible audience of
Studies have proven that pet ownership is excellent for older people. Not only do pets provide companionship, but people benefit emotionally
Program Operational Narrative
While a feasibility study will provide solid information on market demand, and a financial analysis will determine if it will be economicall
There are any number of “first things to do” when planning a new development and the order is somewhat discretionary. However, up at the top
Financing Senior Living Communities
So here you are, ready to consider an expansion of your community or a completely new development. In our earlier blog, we discussed the thr
What Content Should Your Community Be Sharing On Social Media?
A common hurdle for the person or department running your social media presence is often creating interesting, and shareable, content (like
Which Social Media Platforms Should Your Community Be On?
Where are your future residents? With so many social networks out there, and new ones popping up constantly, it is easy to get overwhelmed a