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Chocolate won’t be the only thing on my mind this week as the Creating Results team joins innovators and leaders within senior living at Hershey Lodge for the LeadingAge Pennsylvania Annual Conference. It’s sure to be an exciting few days when not-for-profit providers and the organizations who work with them gather to explore new ways to support PA’s senior population.…

If you’ve been following our blog recently, you probably know that we’re in full conference swing. You may have also noticed that LeadingAge has a theme this year with their state annual meetings: Life on Purpose. LeadingAge Massachusetts is no different. From scenario planning to intergenerational living, I’d like to share with you some of the ways the members and…

As a 55+ homebuilder, how do you capture 55+ active adult prospects, stay top of mind and ultimately convert them to a sale, given the plethora of housing options for mature consumers? Through our latest Social Silver Surfers study, we found out the best (and worst) strategies straight from your prospective homeowners themselves. Surefire Strategies for Capturing 55+ Active Adults:…

I just returned from LeadingAge Maryland’s annual conference, filled with excitement over the nuggets of inspiration I’ll be able to share with our senior living partners. The theme was Life On Purpose and the education and general sessions didn’t disappoint. Here are some of my top insights from the conference. Living with Intention = Life On Purpose John Cochran, CEO…

Ellicott City will serve as the location for the gathering of hundreds of leaders and innovators within senior living when the LeadingAge Maryland Annual Conference begins tomorrow! This year’s theme is Life on Purpose and if the schedule is any indication, it will be an exciting few days when not-for-profit providers and organizations who work with them will gather to…

Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple Homekit: Voice-activated technology and smart home devices are on the rise. In fact, Gartner Research predicts the typical home could contain more than 500 smart devices by 2022. With them come a myriad of applications to aid older adults in remaining independent — and opportunities for senior housing, too. How can active adult 55+ communities and senior living communities capitalize on the growing smart home trend?