Articles and Updates from LeadingAge
Action for Senior Living Not-for-Profit Boards
The premise is simple: Through good governance, the board of directors of a senior living community can help sustain the long-term success of the community and the residents it serves. In her August 8, 2015 LeadingAge article, Balancing the Not-for-Profit Difference with For-Profit Smarts, Robyn Stone, executive director of the ...
Disparate Impact Rule Assesses Fair Housing Liability Despite Lack of Discriminatory Intent
Disparate Impact theory allows a finding of liability without proof of any actual intent to discriminate. Recent documents issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) include a Feb. 15, 2013 regulation entitled "Implementation of the Fair Housing Act’s Discriminatory Effects Standard" ...
Reinvigorating the Board of Directors Through a Dynamic Strategic Thinking Process
Over the past few years, boards of directors of single-site providers have often been pressured to focus on the immediate issues of occupancy, debt service coverage and consolidation of operations. As occupancies move higher, and stabilization becomes the norm, many CEOs are now challenged to move the board of directors into a role ...