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Building Mental Muscle

March 15, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

Recently, one of our Iowa trainers, Pam Connolly, shared an article from The Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) July/August 2015: The word “plasticity,” also known as “brain training,” stems from William James’ Principles of Psychology in 1890, and Continue reading →

Help Us Spread YOUR News!

March 15, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

As a long-time fan of Constant Contact (I began using around them around the time they launched in 1995), I have been continually amazed at the effectiveness of email marketing for small businesses.  Recently, quite by accident, I found out Continue reading →

Are Your Competitors Afraid of You?

February 9, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

During my early morning blog scan over a cup of coffee, I came across another thought-provoking post on the Senior Housing Forum.  The post was discussing a recent Facebook survey they had posted asking senior living leaders “what scares your Continue reading →

Facebook Multi-Tasking Part II

January 30, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

As a Marketing Director, I subscribe to various blogs and online forums, and, quite often, I read something that piques my attention and gives me an idea for a blog post.  That is what happened when I read the following Continue reading →

Are Occupancy Rates Falling?

January 4, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

Most mornings, I find myself reading through the Senior Housing Forum blog to keep up on industry concerns and news.  There is usually at least one new article that catches my eye, and this morning’s had to do with a Continue reading →

Not My Grandma – An Infographic

December 27, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

For more detailed information, please see our blog post entitled “Not My Grandma”.

Early Morning Thoughts

December 27, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

While I was having my morning coffee break this morning, I remembered a recent situation that a family found themselves in that I wanted to share with our readers.  This memory stems from the  articles I have been sharing regarding Continue reading →

Reducing the Need for Pain Meds

December 26, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

As a new generation begins to consider senior housing, either for themselves or for aging parents, the senior housing industry is seeing a trend developing.  Many, who saw their grandparents or great-grandparents enter a “nursing home” and begin a rapid Continue reading →