Experts from NORC at the University of Chicago discuss with McKnight’s Senior Living Editor Lois A. Bowers the increasing financial disparities among members of the “Forgotten Middle” — middle-income older adults whose resource status puts them at risk of not being able to afford senior housing and care as they age — and what they mean for senior living providers. New research finds that a growing number of Black and Hispanic middle-income older adults may not be able to afford housing and healthcare in the next decade, and middle-income older adults who live in rural areas face challenges as well.

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