As part of the Green House Project, a network of clinicians and caregiving executives who are creating (or restoring) high‐quality environments and services for older adults, Berman understood immediately [...]
Alternative designs have been in the works, such as the Green House Project, founded by innovator and anti-ageism advocate Dr. Bill Thomas. The nonprofit organization facilitates development and operation [...]
Simpson was in particular discussing the development of cottage-style nursing home developments, a model exemplified by the Green House Project — a non-profit that supports the construction of post-acute [...]
When—and if—institutionalized care becomes necessary, there are alternatives to warehousing in large buildings. The innovative Green House Project, for example, provides individual “houses” where small groups of 10 to [...]
Colorado-based nonprofit healthcare organization TRU Community Care teamed up with Hover Senior Living Community’s [Green House] skilled nursing facility to create a “hug tent” that allows visitors and residents [...]
The authors also encouraged state policymakers to consider updating their CON laws and construction moratoria for nursing homes to allow for greater innovation in the marketplace. They also stressed the [...]
Third, we need more community housing options for those who require congregate care. These can be homelike settings where people have choice and connections with family, friends and community. These [...]
"Lutheran received a $5.9 million state grant for the project, with an additional $1.5 million from foundations. Lutheran is expected to invest more than $15 million in the estimated $22 million project ...
A new nursing home that’s only the sixth of its kind in Arkansas is close to being completed. “No one can plan for a pandemic, but they did a great job of doing that and we’re still right on schedule for a late fall open and we’re proud of that,” vice president of strategic operations John Montgomery said.
In the Green House Cottages, elders live in a home-like environment. In contrast to traditional nursing homes with long hallways lined with rooms, the facility is made up of small cottages with private suites surrounding a common living area.
"The elders are happier in this atmosphere,” stated Rhonda Hall, registered nurse at Green House Cottages. "What you’re doing is observing them on a more personal level and interacting with them more."
TRU Community Care created a “hug tent” on Friday for residents at the Hover Green Houses senior living community so their loved ones could embrace them, in some cases for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.