What's needed for the future of senior living

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New policies, culture, building designs, attitudes on aging, and programs to encourage people to choose careers in healthcare, business and real estate related to aging.

Those are some of the answers that the Cornell Institute of Healthy Futures received when it asked 11 people about the future needs of senior living. Hear their thoughts for yourself in the video below.

Interviewees (in alphabetical order):

  • Melissa Ceriale, trustee, Montefiore Medicine
  • Carol Cummings, senior director of Optimum Life Engagement, Brookdale Senior Living
  • John DeHart, co-founder and chairperson, Nurse Next Door
  • Esther Greenhouse, environmental gerontologist, Esther Greenhouse LLC
  • Jamie Huffcutt, health and wellness workplace strategist
  • Lynne Katzmann, president and CEO, Juniper Communities
  • Robert G. Kramer, CEO, National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care
  • Cate O'Brien, director of research, Mather LifeWays
  • John Rijos, co-founder and operating partner, Chicago Pacific Partners
  • David Schless, president, American Seniors Housing Association
  • Patricia Will, founder and CEO, Belmont Village Senior Living

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