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“Chartwell is remodeling its properties to increase the percentage of so-called assisted-living suites to about 40% from about 25%.”
“Prosecutors said Mr. Duran, 49 years old, forged patient files for mentally ill people to make them seem eligible for sleep studies, while his Miami-based company paid kickbacks to assisted-living firms for sending ineligible patients to his facility.”
“Among the biggest deals in the first half: health-care REIT Ventas Inc.'s US$3.1 billion deal to buy substantially all of the real-estate assets of assisted-living company Atria Senior Living Group Inc.”
“Ralph W. Stell Jr., 88, a Navy commander who retired in 1965 and then became a technical specialist for the special warfare laboratory of Airtronics in Chantilly, died Jan. 29 at the Arden Courts assisted-living facility in Kensington.”
“Frances S. Camp, 86, a volunteer from 1980 to 1998 with the Meridian International Center, a Washington-based not-for-profit organization, died Feb. 4 at an assisted-living facility in Katy, Tex.”
“She went into an assisted-living center for rehab; however, she couldn't get fully rehabbed to walk again.”
“The assisted-living specialist has a Facebook contest for fans to share stories and photos of their moms.”
“Gertrude Haney, 87, an accounts payable clerk at Koons Ford in Falls Church from 1963 to 2006, died Feb. 19 at an assisted-living home in Sun City Center, Fla.”
“Contains links to research on diseases and to Medicare and state databases of resources, including assisted-living facilities and home-health agencies.”
“It's a typical high-end assisted-living facility," says Phil Micali, 48, a nephew.”
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