Boomers Fret Over Cost, Proximity in Caring for Parents, Survey Finds

Some baby boomers are worrying about the financial costs of caring for their aging parents, and whether they’ll be able to live close to them as they age.

That’s one of the insights contained within a new survey commissioned by Capital Senior Living (NYSE: CSU) about baby boomers’ attitudes as they juggle taking care of their parents and living their own lives. The survey, which was conducted by market research company OnePoll, was sent to 2,000 baby boomers.


Ben Carson says HUD Should Be World Leader for Senior Living

July 18, 2017 by Elizabeth Jakaitis Housing for the United States’ growing senior population is one of his department’s top priorities, according to former presidential candidate and current Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson. He spoke this week at the annual convention of LeadingAge Florida, an association of nonprofit senior housing and care providers. “America must remain a Read more about Ben Carson says HUD Should Be World Leader for Senior Living[…]

CEOs Talk Top Senior Living Challenges

Courtesy of Senior Housing News In interviews with industry thought leaders throughout the Leadership Series, executives across the senior living landscape have shared their personal stories, management hurdles and future outlook on senior housing and care. In April, several of those leaders gathered in Washington D.C. for a candid panel discussion on some of the Read more about CEOs Talk Top Senior Living Challenges[…]

How Providers Can Meet the Memory Care Design Challenge

January 30, 2017 by Alana Stramowski – As baby boomers steadily creep up in age, the number of older adults requiring memory care is expected to balloon as well. Though this may come as welcome news to memory care communities nationwide, most of them aren’t necessarily up to the task of properly taking care of boomers, according Read more about How Providers Can Meet the Memory Care Design Challenge[…]

How will Senior Housing React to Interest Rate Hikes

The Federal Reserve announced it’s second rate hike in nearly a decade.  While the market reacted quickly in the short run, senior housing should benefit in the long run.

The Facts on the Aging Population

The world is experiencing an unprecedented growth in the 65+ senior  population.  Growing at a rate of nearly twice the under 65 population, this short report has telling facts about the U.S. and California and the Bay Area’s impending need to address this explosive growth in our senior population. living-longer-us_cal_bay_-fact_fulcrum