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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Supportive Living and Assisted Living (What is the difference?) Guest Post

Supportive Living is a licensed senior program for seniors 65 years of age and older in which services are similar to Assisted Living. Supportive Living also has licensed communities for the specific purpose of serving those with disabilities from the ages of 22 – 64. The biggest difference between Assisted Living and Supportive Living is… View Article

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AAAs & OBRA Wth?

Well Monday is a great day right?  We might as well start it out with tackling the crazy world of senior care terms. Today we begin with “Triple A” but not the branded auto agency we all love…  For our purposes AAA stands for Area Agency on Aging. These are  nonprofit agencies serving adults in… View Article

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The Confusing World of Senior Care Terms

  I am always amazed at how industry specific jargon and acronyms pervade marketing efforts and conversations with non industry members and lay persons. The senior care industry, our industry is probably as guilty as any and it creates a real problem for marketers and consumers alike.   At Elmwood Terrace we want to continue being a resource in… View Article

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