Five Star Senior Living has begun notifying states that it intends to close its skilled nursing units at several long-term care facilities around the country. Bloomington, IN-based Meadowood Senior Living will close its healthcare unit over the course of the next several weeks, according to a notification sent by the facility's owner, Five Star, to the state last week. The firm said that almost 90 employees will be affected, with layoffs set to begin May 1. Similarly, Calusa Harbour Senior Living Facility in Ft. Myers, FL soon will lay off 79 employees as it closes its skilled nursing unit, and approximately 67 employees at Louisville, KY, senior living community The Forum at Brookside will be let go between May 1 and July 5 as this community does the same, according to local media reports.
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