In case you missed them…. here are the top headlines grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week.
Alliance Residential Launches $1 Billion Senior Living Pipeline—With an established footprint in multifamily development, Alliance is making a major foray into senior housing with a billion-dollar pipeline planned in the coming years.
As Providers Ready for Baby Boom, Senior Housing Set to ‘Explode’—Age Wave President and CEO Ken Dychtwald expressed this sentiment in remarks before the Aging in America conference in Chicago this week. Those business segments devoted to serving the baby boom population need to expect wild growth ahead, Dychtwald said.
The Top-10 Largest Senior Living Providers in 2015—In its annual ranking of senior housing providers by unit count, ALFA released its tally this week with Brookdale the No. 1 provider, followed by Holiday Retirement, Life Care Services, Five Star Quality Care and Sunrise Senior Living.
Why Senior Living Can’t Ignore Home Health Care Tech—As senior housing providers seek ways to capitalize on Americans’ preferences to age in place, technology will become increasingly important in doing so — and could lead to significant cost savings for providers. Such as the findings of an Accenture survey of nearly 11,000 adults in 10 countries. More than two in three seniors prefer to use self-care technology to independently manage their health, the survey found.
A Place for Mom Launches National Senior Living Price Index—Using its data from more than 10,000 senior living communities nationwide, A Place for Mom has indexed costs nationwide to reveal cost trends in senior housing in care including independent living, assisted living and memory care.
Written by Elizabeth Ecker