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living

(Alive), noun activity, animal existence, being alive, breathing, existence, existing, having life, surviving, vitality
Associated concepts: assisted living laws, living and cohabiiating together, living trust, living will

living

(Occupation), noun area, career, discipline, field, livelihood, maintenance, means of living, niche, profession, province, realm, specialty sphere, trade
See also: appointment, bodily, born, business, calling, conscious, current, durable, employment, extant, inhabitation, live, livelihood, occupation, position, present, pursuit, residential, sustenance, trade, viable
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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.
After more than 25 years of development and innovation, assisted living is better than ever.
Liza's "problem"--along with drugs, drink, and overeating, and the "problem" of (her husbands') homosexuality--is wondering whether she's "live" or just living proof: living proof of Judy Garland's gifts and travails; living proof that Mama and Papa loved each other; living proof that the children of the studio system survive, even when the system does not.
There are decidedly worse ways to make a living, says Erin Horne, a live performer and head puppeteer with the ``Dragon Tales Live
Here we feature several prominent publications--Acreage Life, Hobby Farms and Living the Country Life--and RFD-TV, a national television network dedicated to rural America.
This is Part I of a two-part series on resident aging in place within independent living communities.
If we are to fulfill the mandates of empowerment and self sufficiency, then we must be concerned with not only assisting consumers to secure employment but also help them find employment that provides a living wage.
It is unusual to find a live oak that does not have many epiphytes or air plants living on it, especially resurrection fern or spanish moss, that lacy, romantic symbol of the South Spanish moss is an epiphyte, or tropical air plant, that requires another plant for mechanical support but not nutrients because it has its own system for producing food.
Too many times I've seen families forced to make difficult, heartrending decisions about end-of-life care because the patient's living will was not available," says Dr.
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.
Among the most significant factors that emerge from any study of this country's independent living movement is the key role people with spinal cord injuries have played throughout its history.
Lawmakers are right on one count: For impoverished young mothers, living alone is far from idyllic.