Senior Living Management Case Studies and White Papers

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At Life Care Services, An LCS Company, we define TEAM as Together Everyone Achieves More. For a sample of what we can accomplish when we work towards a common goal, review three of our most popular case studies.

Dining Flow Management

When residents come to the main dining room in a compressed time frame, a dining bottleneck is created. This can hurt both service and food quality. Furthermore, it contributes to resident dissatisfaction and increases unnecessary staffing costs. This paper investigates programs that eliminate overcrowding at peak periods to improve cost savings and resident satisfaction.

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Success and Satisfaction: The Transition to CCRC Living

When older adults make the decision to move from a home where families were raised, gardens were tended and dear friends visited to celebrate life’s milestones, there is a natural period of adjustment to the new life experience of living on a Life Plan Community (formerly known as Continuing Care Retirement Community or CCRC) campus.

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Management Strategies to Support Religious-Based Communities

Maintaining your faith while following industry rules and regulations can be challenging. Senior living organizations rooted in faith must remain flexible and agile to deliver an extraordinary culture, award-winning quality of care, and excellent resident satisfaction, all while ensuring monastic lifestyle practices are upheld. And it’s important your management partner understand these as well.

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In October 2016, a Category 4 storm, Hurricane Matthew, hit Savannah, Georgia, and continued up the Atlantic coast to Greenville, North Carolina. The storm lasted eight days and at its peak hit 160 mph winds. Amanda Elliott, executive director at The Marshes of Skidaway Island, and Laurie Stallings, executive director at Cypress Glen, managed the crisis in different ways. But because their communities are both managed by Life Care Services, they received vital support – ensuring their residents and staff remained safe, healthy and happy.