Assisted living home replicates a friendly American neighborhood to help treat patient memory loss
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Moving into an assisted living facility is a big step for many seniors in America, and it can’t be easy to give up your familiar, friendly neighborhood life for an often hospital-like environment. The Lantern, an Ohio-based company with centers in three cities, offers a cheerful alternative, with hallways built to resemble a cute residential street, complete with tiny front porches and rocking chairs. Hallway carpets are designed to recall grassy paths and small ‘water’ features. In the background,...