Chandler Creek Post Acute Blog

Zoomers and Boomers Serving Senior Healthcare

Who do you think of when I reference “Harry?” If you’re a Millennial or a young Gen X you probably thought of Harry Potter. If you’re from Generation Z you probably thought of Harry Styles. Boomers may think of Prince Harry or Harry and the Hendersons, Gen X may think...

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Newsworthy in 2022 Healthcare

With 2022 recently coming to an end, there were many stand-out, notable, and newsworthy things that happened in senior healthcare in 2022. Covid vaccines and covid related news and outbreaks are high on the list, along with workforce challenges, changes in the...

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The Silver Lining of the Pandemic

Covid-19 had long-term, lasting effects on nursing homes and assisted living facilities. While it had effects on many obvious things, including safety protocols, social distancing problem solving, and many other short-term fixes, it also had many other ripple effects....

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What Are We Doing to Help Caregivers Feel Valued?

Caregivers are the backbone and most vital element in short-term and long-term care facilities. Hiring and maintaining compassionate, competent, and well-trained staff is imperative in each skilled nursing, assisted living, and rehabilitation center or facility....

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Building the Good for Seniors

Senior care facilities are home to a large percentage of our nation’s older adults. Home goes beyond a roof over their head and a few meals a day. Senior care facilities strive to provide belonging, support, relationships, and purpose to seniors in their care....

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Increasing Occupancy in the Wake of the Pandemic

As the COVID-19 vaccine is more widely available, there has been a “nearly 99 percent decline in new COVID-19 cases among nursing home residents.” Seniors and healthcare workers were among the first groups to get vaccinated, and because of this, the clinical crisis is...

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