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Homelike atmosphere attracts people to age-qualified housing-5114

Homelike atmosphere attracts people to age-qualified housing

An independent living community in senior housing is typically composed of age-restricted rental apartments or cottages with services—such as meals, housekeeping, linen service, transportation, and social and recreational activities—available on site for an additional fee. No supportive services are provided (National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry). What encourages older adults to move into an independent living complex, as opposed to other living choices?

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Is that retirement community really age-friendly?-5103

Is that retirement community really age-friendly?

To anchor an analysis, the authors of a new paper defined an age-friendly community as one that “is engaged in a strategic and ongoing process to facilitate active aging by optimizing the community's physical and social environments and its supporting infrastructure.”

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Who takes advantage of adult day services?-5097

Who takes advantage of adult day services?

For a survey of US longterm care providers, “adult day services center” was defined as a community-based center that provides an array of long-term care services, including structured activities, health monitoring, socialization and assistance with activities of daily living, to seniors or younger adults with disabilities.

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Interest in health ratchets up a notch among older adults-5049

Interest in health ratchets up a notch among older adults

To track the attitudes of people in middle ages along with those of younger people, the United States of Aging survey compared results from this year to 2013, the first year the survey was fielded.

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Occupancy in senior housing climbs slow but steady-4546

Occupancy in senior housing climbs slow but steady

For senior living properties, the lowest levels of occupancy—a key metric—occurred in the first quarter of 2010, when residences averaged 86.9% occupancy.

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Memory care important for large senior living companies-4363

Memory care important for large senior living companies

Among the 100 largest not-for-profit companies in senior living, nearly 90% offer memory care

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