assisted living

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as·sist·ed living

A living arrangement in which people with special needs, especially seniors, live in a facility that provides help with everyday tasks such as bathing, dressing, and taking medication.

assisted living

a. a living environment for elderly people, in which personal and medical care are supplied
b. (as modifier): private assisted-living apartments.

assist′ed liv′ing

housing or living arrangements for the elderly, infirm, or disabled, in which housekeeping, meals, medical care, and other assistance is available to residents as needed.

assisted living

adj sociosanitario; n vida asistida; — — facility o center centro sociosanitario
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Skilled nursing company The Ensign Group (NasdaqGS:ENSG) reported on Tuesday the completion of the acquisition of the underlying real estate of 15 assisted living operations located throughout Wisconsin.
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The assisted living phase of the $70 million health care complex will be known as The Bristal; the nursing home will be called the Fulton Commons Care Center.
First, capitalization rates started to come down for the best-run assisted living properties.
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Because of New York City's dearth of existing assisted living product, and plentiful pent-up demand from wealthy New Yorkers reaching retirement age, many companies have announced their intentions to penetrate the New York City assisted living market with new development in the past few years.

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