This work was supported by the Oregon Department of Human Services .
COVID 19 (Disease) -- United States -- Health care, Health services administration, COVID-19 (Disease)
Assisted living (AL) constitutes an important sector of residential long-term care, yet there has been limited research about the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in this setting. This qualitative study sought to understand the impact of the early stages of the pandemic (February-August 2020) from AL administrators' perspectives.
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Kyler-Yano, J. Z., Tunalilar, O., Hasworth, S., Kohon, J., Winfree, J., Wilton, R., ... & Carder, P. (2022). [Accepted Manuscript] “What keeps me awake at night”: assisted living administrator responses to COVID-19. The Gerontologist, 62(2), 190-199.