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contents| Cover Story


10 2015 Senior Living by Design Awards


By Sharon Cohen Entrants in this year’s Argentum competition embraced nurturing environments that highlight the need to rest, play, and socialize in creative, accessible, and functional settings. Providers are keenly aware of the need for structures to support resident engagement to promote health and well-being.


22 Features


22 10 Tips for Trimming Dining Costs By Adam Stone


Along with human resources, dining represents the biggest expense in a senior living operation. So how do you keep costs down while keeping quality high? From keeping property-level managers informed about true costs to maintaining timely records, a few experts offered Senior Living Executive 10 practical strategies. The common theme? Be deliberate.


28 Life Safety Fringe Benefits By Adam Stone


Life safety tools and protocols can deliver business ben- efits beyond their primary purpose to keep residents safe and secure. A good track record in life safety can boost the bottom line through insurance breaks, improved market- ing, and friendly relations with state inspectors, among other benefits.


PLUS: The annual list of life safety solutions providers


November/December 2015 SENIOR LIVING executive Volume 22 | Number 6 | Published by ARGENTUM


2 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE | NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2015 | WWW.ARGENTUM.ORG


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