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The emergency communications systems and nurse call systems experts at Cornell Communications are constantly designing and implementing new technologies for outpatient medical clinics, senior and assisted living facilities, and buildings in need of emergency assistance systems. Our commitment to constant innovations and advancements means Cornell Communications maintains a position at the cutting edge of today’s emergency communications field. Check back often for new announcements and information about new Cornell Communications products.

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Cornell E-Newsletter #2

Hospitality upgrades making headway in senior living design Senior Housing News First impressions matter when people are shopping for a senior living community, and the adult child of a prospective resident is an important part of the equation. That's why communities need to appeal to multiple generations, says Adrienne Faulkner, president and CE... Read Full Article

Senior Living Sees Dining as New Driver for Occupancy Growth

Written by Jason Oliva Senior living providers are making big bets on dining programs, and they’re seeing their investments and efforts pay off through higher occupancy levels and better response to marketing. Dining services, along with caregiving and management style, have the greatest impact among service types on assisted living commun... Read Full Article

GE Capital Bullish on Assisted Living Growth Next Year

Written by Jason Oliva Financial executives primarily in the senior housing and care industries see assisted living as a leading area for growth in the next year, according to a recent survey by GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services (HFS). Of the 100 financial executives surveyed by GE Capital HFS, 62% said assisted living will be a significa... Read Full Article

Advice About Assisted Living for Aging Relatives

By THE NEW YORK TIMES A Range of Arrangements Q. There are different types of assisted living facilities. The one my wife, who had Alzheimer’s, resided in for four and a half years provided full care, dispensed medication I provided, fed her when needed, changed and bathed her when she was incontinent, and loved and hugged her every day. No... Read Full Article

Staffing is Key Driver for Assisted Living Satisfaction, Study Shows

Written by Elizabeth Ecker Resident satisfaction among assisted living consumers is a direct result of staffing, including employee happiness, a post-acute care report released Monday finds. While ratings are improving relative to 2010 data, staffing still needs work, according to the report, which surveys post-acute care providers including assis... Read Full Article

Hospitality Upgrades Making Headway in Senior Living Design

Written by Alyssa Gerace Adopting multifamily design “upgrades” such as hospitality elements into senior living could be key to attracting both future residents and their adult children, who are often part of the decision making process, says an interior designer. First impressions matter when people are shopping for a senior living c... Read Full Article

Senior Housing News

Sep. 10, 2013 Senior living success depends on more than bricks and mortar Technology implementation is a business imperative for senior living organizations of all sizes going forward, technology experts say, especially for those who want to capture markets outside the traditional bricks and mortar. "We're all faced with the same challenge: Bric... Read Full Article

Rick Hauser Joins Cornell Communications as Northeast Regional Sales Manager

MILWAUKEE, WI (June 4, 2013) – Cornell Communications, Inc., a leading manufacturer of low-voltage emergency communications systems and nurse-call equipment, is pleased to announce the hiring of Rick Hauser as Regional Sales Manager for the company’s Northeast U.S. region. Hauser brings more than 15 years of successful experience selli... Read Full Article

Cornell Communications Announces Digital Area of Rescue Assistance Emergency Call System

Exceedingly Reliable Service for Emergency Personnel to Quickly Respond for Emergency Assistance Shown at ISC West Milwaukee, WI – April 10, 2013 – Cornell Communications, the expert in emergency communications systems for senior housing and outpatient medical clinics, introduces the advanced digital Area of Rescue Emergency Communicat... Read Full Article

New ADA Area of Rescue Signage

A Step Above The Rest We know there are many choices when it comes to ADA Area of Rescue Assistance Signage, but few choices offer the full line that we do. Our ADA signage offers everything that is required by the new code. Cornell provides the finest quality and customer care, not to mention great ADA Area of Rescue Assistance products, includi... Read Full Article

Cornell E-Newsletter Volume 1 Edition 1

Emergency Communication Equipment Company Newsletter Welcome to our first edition of Cornell's eNewsletter. We appreciate any feedback. The first 50 recipients that respond will receive one of our new all-in-one emergency response systems. Please use our customer contact form to leave us any feedback or comments. No Price Increase for 2012 Cor... Read Full Article

Cornell Communications Showcases Comprehensive Emergency Response and Nurse Call Solutions in Leadingage Idea House Exhibition

Audio Nurse Call Systems and Wireless Emergency Response Equipment Milwaukee, WI – (October 22, 2012) – Cornell Communications, a premier emergency and nurse call system developer for over 40 years, is displaying its AURA 2.0 Emergency Response System and 7000 Audio Nurse Call Series as part of the LeadingAge Annual Meeting & Expos... Read Full Article

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