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Articles from Contemporary Long Term Care (November 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A FurniturEvolution: from "bamboo beginnings" to today's furniture industry leader. 453
Achieve Healthcare Technologies. 420
Affordable anti-wandering solution. Advertisement 378
American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. Rosenthal, Bruce 651
American Health Care Association. Roadman, Charles H., II 511
American HealthTech. 511
Assisted Living Federation of America. 629
Breaking with tradition: long term care facilities have moved from sterile and foreboding to homes away from home. Shaw, Jennifer 3216
Comforting changes: in 25 years, long term care equipment has advanced to make residents' and caregivers' lives more comfortable. Hochberg, Len 2676
GE Healthcare Financial Services. 493
Healthcare Services Group, Inc. 309
History repeats itself. Lakdawalla, Pervin 487
Joerns[R] history. 561
KKE Architects, Inc. 449
Let Xmark take care of your residents' security, so you can take care of them. Advertisement 506
MDI Technologies. 531
Milestones. 448
National Investment Center for the seniors housing & care industries. Kramer, Robert G. 661
OPUS Medication Systems, Inc. 486
Passionate people providing powerful programs. Brief Article 230
Press Ganey. 338
Professional aspirations: from bedside helpers to certified long term care experts, the nation's caregivers have come into their own. Hochberg, Len 2006
Skin knows the difference--not all skin care products are created equal. 332
Some Things Fishy: brings easy pet therapy to long term care facilities. Advertisement 500
The roleplayer: through the years, Ombudsmen are an ally for long term care. Persson, Diane 948
TimeWare Inc. Advertisement 328
Wheels in motion: a history of the wheelchair. Scherer, Stephanie 382

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