A landmark report is calling on senior living operators to consider reducing prices.
Several panelists shared insights about current and potential efforts to meet middle-income older adults’ senior housing and care needs on Tuesday at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care event in New York City. Here are a few that caught our attention.
But where will those cuts come from? The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care is looking to operators, develops, builders and others for answers.
A new study projects that at least 54% of middle-income adults in 2029 won’t be able to afford senior living. But even if people can afford it, will they want it?
Senior living advocates told McKnight’s Senior Living they will continue working with policymakers and others to try to ensure that middle-market adults have housing and care options as they age.
Serving middle-income older adults could be an answer to the occupancy and oversupply challenges facing senior living operators and developers, Eclipse Senior Living CEO Kai Hsiao told those attending a Health Affairs event Wednesday.
A landmark study released this week paints a sobering portrait of senior living affordability for many older Americans. It also should send this strong message to many operators: Change or else.
Fifty-four percent of the 14.4 million middle-income older adults in 2029 in the United States will lack the financial resources to pay for senior housing and care, and a combination of public and private efforts will be needed to address the looming crisis, projects a study funded by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care and published online today by Health Affairs. Two people associated with the research shared insights with McKnight’s Senior Living.
Occupancy may be on the way up from the bottom for both stand-alone memory care communities and other memory care units, according to the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care. The sector still faces some challenges, however.
The occupancy rate for senior housing across the United States in the first quarter of 2019 increased 0.1 percentage point from the previous quarter, to 88.1%, according to data released Thursday by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
Mark your calendars. A release date for the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care’s highly anticipated middle-market study has been announced.
Labor issues are critical considerations for senior living operators and developers when assessing markets, National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Chief Economist Beth Burnham Mace told those attending an educational session on the final day of the organization’s Spring Conference.
The Medicaid and immigration programs will be reformed, and senior living and long-term care providers can help shape the outcome, former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) said during Thursday’s opening general session of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care’s 2019 Spring Conference.
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The NIC Spring Conference next week will bring together capital providers and seekers at a time when money issues are coming to the fore.
Yardi Voyager now will include a button by which users can send data, aggregated for anonymity, to the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care for its Seniors Housing Actual Rates Initiative, the entities announced Tuesday.
A new analysis from the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care details the regions where continuing care retirement communities have the highest overall occupancy and how the care segments within the communities perform.
The demand for seniors housing finally caught up with supply in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
Ventas CEO Debra A. Cafaro, Sunrise Senior Living founder Paul Klaassen and National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care co-founder Tony Mullen are the three 2019 inductees into the American Seniors Housing Association’s Senior Living Hall of Fame.
Workforce issues will continue to be a dominant challenge in the senior living industry in 2019, according to leaders of several organizations representing providers. But they are entering the new year with plans to address these and other issues.