As the ageing workforce opts more and more to age in place, demand for care in the home is on the rise. Innovative programming is necessary to help with the rising number of retirees, especially with boomers retiring later and later. Retirement isn’t the linear thing that it used to be. The age of retirement is creeping up, and old systems aren’t working so well anymore. Seniors want a more active retirement, where work and personal leisure are not mutually exclusive, and ageing in place helps facilitate that. This kind of retirement, studies have shown, is more conducive to healthy ageing, and maintained congnitive function long term. Read the full article here.
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