Ageism is huge in America — and it may be a result of societal segregation, not age itself.
Some young people think older adults have it good: they’ve saved and invested their money, own a home, and can now simply retire and relax. Meanwhile, the younger set has to work, work, work. Except when they’re texting. Or watching cat videos. Or out getting a super-sized coffee drink. But
The Housing Shift: Part 2 One of the truly exciting aspects of aging in community today is the ingenuity behind some of the communities being developed. For instance, while senior living options such as Avanti offer an onsite program that encourages residents and kids to mingle and expand one another’s
With a little help from our friends… A year ago we explored some new models for seasoned adult living, beyond assisted living or standard retirement communities. In With A Little Help from Our Friends, aging expert and journalist Beth Baker takes us on a journey through expanded innovation that elders
There is the matter of how societal expectations affect where older adults live, which makes the changing senior living landscape a bright field for the reverse mortgage industry. As we're exploring, the desire to age in place is expanding into ever more creative ways to age in community, which may
How Reverse Mortgages Can Help Seniors Age In Place, Part 2 Whether an older person is considering housing alternatives in the near term, or planning ahead with an eye on possible future needs, it makes good marketing sense for reverse mortgage professionals to become familiar with the range of senior