Wellness Push Into Senior Living Facilities

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Covid has changed the way that many of us live, and certainly the way that many of us do business. Throughout many industries, there is an increased push towards wellness initiatives (including at Lowndes).

One of the ideas percolating in the senior living industry is towards a “person-centric wellness model,” which shifts away from wider, organizational-centric models for wellness, and instead – as the name indicates – focuses on individual plans for wellness.

More can be read about this initiative at:

Mather Launches New Senior Living Wellness Model, Aims for Widespread Industry Adoption – Senior Housing News

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