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Articles from Nursing Homes (October 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
2005 OPTIMA Award entry: an adventure into Snoezelen therapy; Using the Snoezelen philosophy--and setting--to transform severely disabled residents' lives. 3990
A lovely bouquet goes a long way. Cobb, Sally 1370
A positioning Wedge that stays in place. 95
A special sort of bond. Stahl, Jason 1096
Are other countries showing the way? Stoil, Michael J. 1156
Bariatric seating. 146
Budgeting is more than just numbers. Willging, Paul R. 2234
Ceiling lift. 95
Ceiling-suspended tables. 91
Continuing education test #101 * based on nursing homes October 2005. 1053
Customer service falls flat. Tetz, Gary 1340
Customized communication with residents and families: today's technologies offer much more than generalized newsletters. Nordeen, Peggy 1077
Cutaway bus. 102
Designing for the gay seniors population: a look at Len Cotsovolos's interior-design plan for RainbowVision Santa Fe, a gay-oriented seniors community. Edwards, Douglas J. 1371
Documentation perils. Williams, Linda 1313
Dream catchers. Volzer, Robert 596
Hands-free faucet converter. 81
How political lobbying pays: a look at Ohio. McDermott, Ann 1140
In-service training made easy. 86
Innovative heel support. 104
Introducing Keane NetSolutions financial & clinical software. 180
Liquid interface cushion. 115
Nature-inspired carpet. 100
Neilson Place: small facility, big changes; A rural organization has created a contemporary social model of long-term care. Vickery, Christine G. 1286
Releasable-adhesive rubber flooring. 90
Resident monitoring/locating system. 88
Safety in the storm: while Katrina raged, a special-needs shelter reached out to help others. Hoban, Sandra 873
Sobering thoughts from Sweden. Peck, Richard L. Editorial 496
Stop fire ants with a 'one-two punch': fire ants are on the move*. Meek, Frank 761
Terri Schiavo's legacy. Cordes, Ian L. Editorial 2253
The case against 'aging in place': the author, an architect, proposes design criteria for a more aging-resident-friendly level of care. Kepley, Drew H. 2331
Time and Attendance reporting. 96
Warning signs for the White House: LTC leaders sound off on the forthcoming 2005 White House Conference on Aging. Cover Story 2326
What to consider when buying a bus: Shane Terblanche writes that insisting on certain specifications can enhance residents' use and enjoyment. Terblanche, Shane 847
When residents abuse employees: abuse cuts two ways, and administrators can be caught between different--and conflicting--sets of laws in trying to manage it. Zimring, Jon 2366
Why capital markets are bullish: middle-market operators now have even more attractive financing options. Pieczynski, James J. 1505

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