After more than 25 years of development and innovation, assisted living is better than ever.
What does AL stand for?
AL stands for Assisted Living
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We have 89 other meanings of AL in our Acronym Attic
- Arbitration Lost
- Armament Laboratory
- Armor Level (gaming, Asheron's Call)
- Armor Locking (gaming)
- Armstrong Laboratory
- Arrival Locator
- Artificial Life
- Ashok Leyland (India)
- Asian Littoral
- Assembly Language
Samples in periodicals archive:
This may be the best year in a long while for assisted living providers who want to take advantage of capital flows into the industry.
Since they founded Atlantic Development Group in 1995, the partners have kicked off three affordable housing and four luxury assisted living projects in the Tri-State area, several of which are already complete and open for occupancy.
The State of Seniors Housing 1997 summarizes data from fiscal year 1996, compiled from a survey of 268 seniors housing communities in 36 states, comprising more than 55,000 congregate/independent living units (for residents who require little, if any, assistance with daily activities); assisted living beds (for residents who need some help with the activities of daily living) and long-term care beds.
The assisted living facility offered itself to the customer as the epitome of this concept.
Assisted living facilities nationwide received a major public relations boost courtesy of the American Journal of Nursing, which reported in a recent issue that assisted living centers are the fastest-growing form of long term care for seniors.
population and a strong demand for Assisted Living Facilities - a concept receiving new emphasis in retirement living - are converging to create a significant opportunity for real estate investors, according to KPMG Peat Marwick's Real Estate Consulting Group.
When all was said and done, the Assisted Living Workgroup (ALW) had approved 110 recommendations and voted down 21.