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Investor Summit Jump Starts Conversation for More Middle-Market Seniors Housing: A Three-Part Series. 

Part II—Debt Providers Offer Possible Solutions    Innovative ideas of how to provide housing for the growing number of middle-income seniors were discussed by industry stakeholders at a recent investor summit in New York City. Convened by NIC, the summit also spotlighted new research on middle–market seniors.   Results of the research were initially detailed at an April policy forum in Washington,…
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What Kind of Housing Do Baby Boomers Want? Ask Millennials.

While the industry scratches its collective heads trying to figure out what baby boomers want in a senior living community, millennials are pointing the way.   The two groups have a lot in common. Baby boomers and millennials currently represent the largest cohorts in the American population, 74 million and 71 million respectively.   Baby boomers are the parents of millennials and…
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Health Affairs launches “The Forgotten Middle”

As Alan Weil, Health Affairs Editor-in-chief stated, “This is a pretty scary reality that’s coming towards us.” It was an appropriate sentiment, as the nation’s leading peer-reviewed health policy journal released a groundbreaking new study, commissioned and funded by NIC, and shared with the world its unsettling findings. Addressing a room full of media and policy makers, as well…
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Hackathon Recap – Giving Boomers What They Want 

One of the most talked-about sessions at the recent 2019 NIC Spring Conference was the “Boomer Hackathon,” in which three teams – and those in attendance – brainstormed innovations in seniors housing appropriate for incoming Baby Boomers. A standing-room-only crowd participated in the event, forming small groups to attack the same problem as three teams of experts, who were formed…
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Holiday at Home With Mom

It’s the day after Christmas—a time when so many of us are taking a reprieve to enjoy family and friends. Some of us have loved ones who are living in the communities in which we operate, invest and provide services. We are all dedicated to providing an environment where residents, and often our family members, can thrive. In that spirit,…
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