Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A Dark View of Assisted Living - New Old Age

Assisted living underwent a big growth spurt in the 1990s as major corporations built and bought facilities, and almost ever since advocacy groups and researchers have been warning that however attractive these places look — chandeliered lobbies, pleasant individual apartments, the inevitable gazebo outside — the care they provide tends to be mediocre at best.

Read in the New York Times - A Dark View of Assisted Living

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