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The study found that in 2004 "two-thirds of assisted living residents in central Maryland were diagnosed with dementia, and more than one-quarter of residents had other psychiatric ailments, such as depression, anxiety disorder, or psychosis." (2) The Alzheimer's Association provided experts for an advisory group to this ongoing study, and when the results came in, it partnered with the Mid-Atlantic Non-Proflt Health & Housing Association (MANPHA, now part of Mid-Atlantic Life Span Network) to get a regulation change that requires all new workers in assisted living to receive dementia training.
"Last year we formed a strategic partnership with Aegis Healthcare Business Solutions, a subsidiary of the Mid-Atlantic Non-Profit Health and Housing Association (MANPHA).