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6 Key Drivers Shaping the Future of Senior Living
How can the senior living industry manage today's crises and still build for the future? It’s a question that has broad implications for the decisions we make right now. NIC Strategic Advisor and Nexus Founder, Bob Kramer, lays out "Six Key Drivers" that will shape the senior living industry over the next 10 years.
Technology can be a key differentiator to help senior living communities remain competitive, said Nexus Fellow Sarah Thomas, CEO of Delight by Design. The right tech mix can inspire more move-ins, increase length of stay and make staff members more efficient and satisfied.

Nexus Fellow and CEO of Christian Living Communities, Jill Vitale-Aussem, discussed the challenges senior communities are having in remaining affordable amidst rising costs and staffing shortages on the Senior Housing News’ Transform Podcast with Tim Regan.

There is a newly emerging market for new models of lifestyle-driven senior living, and it’s a “mammoth market that nobody owns,” according to Bob Kramer, Founder of Nexus Insights. In a recent article in the Boston Hospitality Review, he shared his thoughts on the changing market and the opportunities for the hospitality industry.

A new partnership between The Green House Project, a not-for-profit dedicated to creating alternative living environments for seniors, and Pioneer Network, a not-for-profit advocating person-directed care, is being cultivated to improve the lives of residents in nursing home communities.

Nexus Fellow Jill Vitale-Aussem on how older adults continuing to have roles to play, and finding ways to be a part of their community, improves their state of mind.
Nexus Fellow Jacquelyn Kung on the opportunity to improve the quality of the aging experience by aligning people and organizations, and creating better coordination between services.
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