May was the unofficial universal design and aging in place month here at Creating Results. From blog posts to webinars, we engaged in a lot of discourse about how to optimize living spaces for older adults — and the industry did, too. So what better way to round up last month’s most engaging content than by taking a look at what the industry is saying about one of our favorite topics? Find out more about from industry experts in this month’s roundup.
Several members of the Creating Results team have been asking the same question this week: Where has the time gone? It seems like just yesterday the team was preparing for LeadingAge Massachusetts’ 2017 Annual Conference & Exposition, and now, the team is getting ready to return for the 2018 conference.
For many older adults, retirement is only the beginning. While people may look forward to all the free time that retirement offers, many seniors are finding that they’ve become too accustomed to the work hard, play hard lifestyle after decades in the workforce.
So, it’s no surprise that a growing number of seniors are spending their “retirement” working encore careers. Whether freelancing, starting a business, volunteering or heading back into the office, this month’s roundup takes a deeper look at Baby Boomers’ desire to remain a part of the workforce, even after leaving it.
So, you’re planning on building a brand-new senior living community, or expanding an existing one. Have you taken the time strategize about how you will secure deposits from future residents to ensure that you’re able to open your new community or neighborhood without a hitch?
The thing is, it can be hard to sell someone on something that doesn’t yet exist, which is why many communities choose to implement a pre-sales VIP program to entice prospects to buy into their new property. A pre-sales program is a great tactic for accelerating the timeline for reaching pre-sales goals on schedule.
Can you believe the year is already a quarter of the way through? With the madness of March at an end, it’s time we take a look at the most engaging senior living and marketing content from the past month. In this roundup, we pay special attention to the challenges the aging population presents and the industry’s new approaches for attracting this segment.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t packed with engaging content and thought starters from the senior living industry. Catch up on the latest news stories from the past month, ranging from one developer’s new approach to the continuing care retirement community (CCRC) concept to a journalist’s wake-up call to the younger generations.
A new year means new trends will inevitably shape the senior living industry over the next several months. In recent years, we’ve seen holistic approaches to wellness, increased home customization, open-layout design and an emphasis on lifestyle and amenities become mainstays in the senior living industry. So, what’s in store for 2018? Find out what industry experts believe will be the top five trends in 55+ living this year.
Happy Monday and Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Whether you're at home watching the highlights from last night's crazy playoff game between the Vikings and Saints, or in the office like we are, take a few minutes to catch up on the most engaging marketing content from the past week.
This week, we'll take a look at an article published on US News & World Report that reveals the results of a recent cost of care survey. We'll also find out the number one way in which senior living communities can increase engagement among residents in an article by Senior Housing News.
Happy Monday and an early Merry Christmas from the Creating Results team! Take a break from the last minute Christmas shopping and read our last Monday roundup of the year.
In this week's most clicked content, LCS Development gives their take on what they believe will be the top 6 senior living design trends in 2018. And in this week's most shared item, Saul Levmore states his case in favor of mandatory retirement in an article for Next Avenue.