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The occupancy rate for assisted living properties was 88.3 percent in 3Q 2015—up 0.3 percentage point from 2Q 2015 but down 0.8 percentage point from the third quarter of 2014.


Socially Acceptable Today, 65 percent of American adults use social networking sites, up from 7 percent in 2005 when the Pew Research Center began tracking social media usage. Usage among those 65 and older is now 35 percent versus just 2 percent in 2005.


Artists in Residence…Literally “I don’t believe in inspiration, but I constantly have ideas in my head,” says Edmund Spiro, a resident of Chelsea at Forsgate in New Jersey, who earned a BFA from Kean University, a professional painter and sculptor who continues painting at age 95. He isn’t alone. The residence is home to a number of


talented artists, including Dr. Martin and Dorothy Schwartz. “I was a dentist for 40 years,” recalls Dr. Schwartz, “but I went to New York’s Music and Art High School and learned art and the bass. Dorothy Schwartz, a former public school teacher, learned 3D art skills at a class in a senior community.


Legacy of Compassion “Granger Cobb was such an incredibly fine man and a mentor to many. He made a huge impact on the senior living industry with years of heartfelt dedicated service to seniors. He will be missed but not forgotten as his impact on people serving seniors will be felt for


many years.” —Justin Hutchens, EVP and chief investment officer – senior housing and care at HCP Inc., on Argentum’s LinkedIn group


Dr. Martin and Dorothy Schwartz display their art in the Chelsea at Forsgate.


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


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