What Will Senior Living Look Like in 2028?

The first of the baby boomers – the population born between 1946 and 1964 – turned 65 in 2011, and the last will turn 65 in 2029. By 2030, boomers over 65 will make up 20% of the total U.S. population, numbering around 60 million people, according to a report from the U.S Census Bureau.“Significant changes are coming as we move out of the World War II generation to the baby boomer generation,” says Steve Maag, director, residential communities at LeadingAge, a national association dedicated to advocacy, education and research on aging. That’s because boomers have higher expectations as consumers and a history of having those expectations met, Maag says.Senior Living in 2028With that in mind, what does the future of senior living look like in 10 years? A Place for Mom checked with experts on aging, senior living communities and technology to find out.Here are some significant changes you’re

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