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Welcome to Goldman & Associates Public Relations

Now offering SL Crisis Mitigation, a dedicated practice for senior living providers

Goldman & Associates provides strategic business consulting, public relations and communications strategies throughout North America. Among our specialties is service to the nation’s senior living industry; we are its leading public relations firm. We are now offering providers access to immediate crisis communications assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week through our new dedicated practice area SL Crisis Mitigation. With information, not always accurate,  spreading like wildfire when a crisis occurs, organizations must move faster and better than ever to manage what is taking place.  SL Crisis Mitigation team members, with their award-winning experience serving senior living providers nationwide, offer unparalleled understanding of their mission, operations and needs.

This unique specialty practice complements Goldman & Associates’ four-decade track record of bringing success to clients across many sectors through integrated communications strategies. We welcome the opportunity to team with you to achieve your goals.


Goldman Spotlight

Goldman & Associates recently generated a major story in the Wall Street Journal for client Silverado Senior Living. The article on the front page of the WSJ’s Personal Journal section spotlighted Silverado’s unique program of weekly golf  lessons for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Traffic to Silverado’s website, www.Silveradosenior.com, jumped 20-percent as a result of the WSJ article and has remained at that level since. Silverado is known in the senior living industry as a national leader and innovator in care for those with Alzheimer’s and other memory impairments. Securing coverage in the Wall Street Journal is part of Goldman’s program to further elevate nationwide industry, business, and consumer awareness of Silverado. Based in California, Silverado operates 20 memory-care communities in California, Texas, Arizona and Utah and also offers home care, care management, and hospice care through its Silverado At Home and Silverado Hospice service lines.

    Goldman Blog

  • 23 Apr

    Rural Areas Not Covered by Local News

    Newspaper foldedMany Americans who live in rural areas feel the local news doesn’t cover their area well. It makes sense since many rural newspapers are being bought by larger regional newspapers, or are going out of business. Media generally need as …

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  • 19 Apr

    Is Radical Transparency Good or Bad?

    Transparency (2)Lately, we’ve been pondering this question. Radical transparency has been touted in various opinion pieces as the savior for everything from journalism to social media to democracy itself. The idea is that radical transparency will build trust in those organizations …

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  • 17 Apr

    Has Growth in Social Media Peaked?

    SelfieIt appears social media use among American adults has actually stopped. According to Pew Research Center, among almost all major social media platforms the percentage of American adults using them hasn’t grow over the last year. Some social media …

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