Extras

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    FRONTLINE

    Haunted by Dreams

    Eric Boice regrets not having demanded more of his mother’s caretakers

    Haunted by Dreams

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    FRONTLINE

    A Warning From Emerald Hills

    Mary Kasuba warns Emeritus executives that her facility is grossly understaffed

    A Warning From Emerald Hills

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    FRONTLINE

    Life and Death in Assisted Living Preview

    FRONTLINE and ProPublica investigate assisted living in America.

    Life and Death in Assisted Living Preview

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    FRONTLINE

    Did Joan Boyce Die of Neglect?

    Forensic geriatrician Kathryn Locatell thinks so.

    Did Joan Boyce Die of Neglect?

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    FRONTLINE

    Joan's Story

    Despite the concerns of some staffers, Emerald Hills accepts Joan Boice as a resident.

    Joan's Story

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    FRONTLINE

    Do "Memory Care Units" provide enough care?

    Emeritus offers special care for residents with dementia, but some call its quality into q

    Do "Memory Care Units" provide enough care?

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    FRONTLINE

    How Emeritus Became a Billion-Dollar Business

    It earned $1.6 billion last year and profits will sharply rise as more boomers retire.

    How Emeritus Became a Billion-Dollar Business

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    FRONTLINE

    "Shut the Back Door"

    Joan Boice was too sick to legally be in assisted living. Emerald Hills kept her anyway.

    "Shut the Back Door"