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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2


CONTENTS 8 SAFETY FIRST—AND SECOND, AND THIRD


Looking at some new and changing safety issues raised by COVID-19: Indoor air quality, communicating safety to prospects and recruits, handling swallowing difficulties in new dining settings, and guarding your entries and exits.


DEPARTMENTS


MEMORY CARE


30 Change Agents: Exploring the impact of trauma on the health and well-being of older adults.


SPOTLIGHT: THE HEART OF SENIOR LIVING


35 Free, fast, straightforward new mental well-being resource from CDC Foundation works for leaders and workers alike.


EQUITY & INCLUSION 32 Understanding


foundational principles and definitions brings clarity to an organization’s diversity efforts.


7 EDITOR'S LETTER


32 FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S DESK


34 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR QUICK TAKES


38 PEOPLE AND PLACES


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CARE FOR SWALLOWING DISORDERS


Managing these during COVID takes extra effort to ensure nutrition and well-being.


IS YOUR BUILDING


IN GOOD HEALTH? The WELL building project offers ways to find out.


ARGENTUM ADVOCATES


The facts on what’s facing the industry: Infographic


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