Assisted Living News
Woman's win of nursing home money a rarity in aging Japan
Yumi Makino won a rare legal battle to get out of the senior citizens home she hated and get her money back
Man's suicide unearths decades-old sex abuse revelations
The death of a man in a small Alaska town has forced into the open decades-old allegations of sexual abuse against a former school superintendent
Husband continues sweet Valentine's Day tradition for wife with dementia after nearly 40 years
Albuquerque resident Donna Kramer, 74, may have been diagnosed with dementia nearly four years ago, but that doesn't mean she's forgotten the sacred Valentine's tradition that began months before she married her husband, 77-year-old Ron Kramer, in 1979. Ron has been recreating the couple's first
Husband continues 39-year Valentine's Day tradition for wife with dementia
Ron Kramer has been refilling the same candy box with dark chocolates for his wife, Donna, since 1979.
Adoptable puppies help local seniors living with dementia and Alzheimer's
Julia Knight had her dog Lucky, George Lee his cocker spaniel Rusty, and Eileen Jackman raised collies growing up. Fond memories of their former furry friends replaced whatever hardship these Oyster Bay Senior Campus residents were dealing with when two 12-week-old puppies visited the home care
Northeast braces for dramatic temperature drop, South digs out of heavy snow
The relatively brief reprieve the Northeast enjoyed from the bitter cold is coming to an end. Winds are easing somewhat in the Northeast, allowing actual temperatures to drop even lower on Saturday as a cold front moves through the region. The actual temperatures will be near zero for much of the
Diner regular tips staff $3,000 on $39 check just in time for the holidays
A frequent customer stunned the employees at a Washington state diner this weekend with a tip that far exceeded the recommended 20 percent. He tipped the staff $3,000 on a $39 check at the Brief Encounter restaurant in Bellevue. "At first, they didn't know who it was," diner owner Melanie Bard said
95-year-old WWII veteran's neighbors put chairs on their lawns to ease his walks
A neighborhood in Minnesota is paying back one beloved World War II veteran who likes to spend his retirement walking around the neighborhood twice a day. But at 95 years old, at times Harvey Djerf needs to stop to catch his breath. “A few years back,” Djerf told ABC News, he noticed one neighbor
Danny McBride talks season 2 of 'Vice Principals'
McBride appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and shares how real-life events may have inspired the show's quirky storylines.
Florida nursing home called governor's personal cellphone for help
The personal cellphone of Florida Gov. Rick Scott was called by nursing home officials at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills asking for assistance, the governor's office confirmed to ABC News on Saturday. Eight residents of the nursing home, which is affiliated with Larkin Community