Assisted Living Administration: The Knowledge Base
Assisted living facilities serve a fast-growing segment of the care market: elders no longer able to live independently, but who do not need 24-hour nursing care. In this text, James Allen explores domains of practice that include: organizational management; human resources; business and financial considerations; environment and facilities; and resident care for the LTC facility. Allen offers the student of health administration and administrators-in-training a direct approach to certification success. To the seasoned professional, this is a resource that will serve a range of careers in long term care.
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