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New approaches needed to house an aging population-3428

New approaches needed to house an aging population

Professionals in the active-aging industry are well aware of the challenge of providing services for people who are 75 years and older as well as for the baby boom generation. A new report predicts that governments and private organizations will need to make changes to accommodate the varied needs of the aging population.

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Boomer's and business-3420

Boomer's and business

Among 1,000 Canadians 18 years of age or older who answered questions on an online omnibus survey, 426 were boomers born 1946-1964.

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Uptick in number of residential care beds-3319

Uptick in number of residential care beds

For people who need assistance but do not require nursing care, assisted living and residential care facilities are a choice.

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People 65+ hit their keyboards and keypads-3254

People 65+ hit their keyboards and keypads

A telephone survey of 2,254 adults, ages 18 and older, asked about their use of the Internet and other technologies.

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Desire for health attracts older adults to clubs-3249

Desire for health attracts older adults to clubs

Health clubs are the go-to place for exercise variety. Globally, there were 133,000 clubs serving 129 million members in 2011, and the slice in the United States was 51.4 million members of all ages (International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association [IHRSA]).

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Flexible work hours attract older, experienced workers-3157

Flexible work hours attract older, experienced workers

Since the US workforce will increasingly include workers 55 years and older, a research center conducted case studies of three corporations following a literature review and telephone interviews with human resources managers.

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