As it turns out, the senior housing market may not be past its peak after all. Although the occupancy outlook for 2016 differs by property type, the industry as a whole is poised for success and rents will increase across the board. In fact, a…Read More »
As senior living providers become more tech-enabled, it’s critical to understand what seniors think about emerging technology and how they use health and wellness capabilities from devices. From wearable monitors that track activity to sensors in assisted living rooms that can alert staff to movement,…Read More »
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This week, Senior Housing News readers jumped at the chance to learn how to make the industry “sexy.” Readers were also interested in Philips’ Aging Well Services, the lingering debate over the term “life plan community” and a study that revealed just how much families…Read More »
As senior housing providers strive to distinguish themselves from marketplace competitors, while simultaneously trying to keep costs down, some are shifting their approach when it comes to investing development dollars into their communities. Senior housing developers are still bullish on new development, despite data showing…Read More »
Despite recent market data and analysis that indicates the independent living and assisted living sectors may be past their peaks, senior housing market participants may still keep a positive outlook for the coming year. The seniors housing market is generally healthy, and while 2016 won’t be…Read More »
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