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  1. Top 10 New Over 50s Housing Developments in 2010

    Top 10 New Over 50s Housing Developments in 2010

    This selection of the best in over 50s housing worldwide in 2010 was made by the international housing editor Esmonde Crawley and was based on personal visits to 20 leading countries in over 50s housing (including the UK / Europe, USA, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand). The categories covered include nursing / care homes, continuous care retirement communities (ccrc) and independent living options. The 10 best projects include developments in the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand. The presentation includes photos and follow up capacity. Learn More

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  2. Top 10 Over 50s Economic / Social Trend Changes

    Top 10 Over 50s Economic / Social Trend Changes

    This presentation covers the 10 major economic and social changes that are underway which will have a significant impact on the current over 50s hosing stock in all countries. No new project in nursing / care homes, dementia, independent living, assisted living or over 50s housing should be attempted without first evaluating the rapid changes which are impacting on all over 50s in both western and eastern cultures. These 10 changes are profound and will result in a different form of housing after 2010. Learn More

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  3. Top 10 Emerging Sub-Markets / Trends in Over 50s Housing

    Top 10 Emerging Sub-Markets / Trends in Over 50s Housing

    New entrants to the over 75s market are offering enhanced hospitality, over 50s are seeking a different experience in the second half of their lives, the advance of naturally occurring retirement communities, the continuous care retirement community, the advance of multi-generational homes, the office apartment, the core interest community, the emergence of the co-op movement, the downtown neighbourhood village and medical tourism. Learn More

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  4. Top 10 Regeneration Trends in Over 50s Housing 2010

    Top 10 Regeneration Trends in Over 50s Housing 2010

    The surge in the uptake of loft spaces by the over 50s sector, the advances in low-cost construction of over 50s housing units (including a 9 storey high rise erected in under two weeks), how sports (football / cricket / horse racing) is driving over 50s hosing sales, why old pubs are being regenerated as seniors housing, the trend towards developing small collective housing, the share houses for over 70s, site selection using water, the trend to living alone by choice, the anti-ageing no branding by age trend and the design for animal / pet inclusions. Learn More

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  5. Top 10 Most Innovative Housing Providers Worldwide

    Top 10 Most Innovative Housing Providers Worldwide

    Over 50s have flocked to an apartment complex built into a sports stadium, how a farmer's wife created a retirement community on her farm, the lure of garden estates, theming as a library, specialist community development, developing a hippy community for the over 60s, straw villages, shared equity ownership, the growth of the urban grandparents and green urban villages. Learn More

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  6. Spiritual Nurturance and support for nursing home residents with dementia

    Spiritual Nurturance and support for nursing home residents with dementia

    Reports/ 2011/ This mixed method study examined nursing home resident, family and staff views regarding spiritual nurturance and support for persons with dementia and analyzed institutional resources/approaches for meeting residents' spiritual needs. For residents able to communicate in worlds (n=47/83 or 57%), this topic evoked a range of emotional content, brought back memories, and yielded information about what mattered to them spiritually/religiously. Some observations and reported behaviors of residents unable to be interviewed directly (n=36/83 or 43%) suggested emotional awareness of spiritual activities. Learn More

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  7. Ageing population a business opportunity

    Ageing population a business opportunity

    Report/ 2011/ Researches show that the biggest frustrations for some older people are feeling overlooked by frontline staff, being bewildered by new technology, and the physical barriers put in place by businesses. This three-year study focuses on the interaction between older people and business. For instance, why do deli sections in supermarkets put their 'ring for attention' bells on the top of the cabinets, where people in wheelchairs can't reach them? are some building doors so heavy that people with walking frames struggle to get through them, and why are the seats in many waiting rooms so low when many older people find them embarrassingly difficult or impossible to get out of?" Learn More

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  8. Graduates of Residential Property Management Programs: What Influences Their Careers?

    Graduates of Residential Property Management Programs: What Influences Their Careers?

    Report 2010 / The United States is experiencing a decrease in homeownership rates as a result of the housing crisis, the recession, more stringent lending policies for homebuyers, and high foreclosure rates. In addition, there is pent-up demand from the echo boomer population, who uaully rent but are currently more likely to live with their parents until the economy improves. Moreover, State of the Nation's Housing 2010 (joint Center for Housing Studies, 2010) reports an increase in renters among minority households and baby boomers. All of these factors suggest an increase in the demand for apartments. Along with this increase in demand, there will be an increased need for well-trained property management professionals. Retaining existing talent and finding new professionals are the two top priorities for most real estate firms today. Learn More

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  9. Top Senior Living Trends

    Top Senior Living Trends

    Report/ A survey of 600 senior living organizations to identify the top trends in seniors housing for 2011. The study revealed trends primarily relating to the aging Baby Boomers'. Priorities include an increased focus on independence, fitness programs, wellness coaches and spa services. In the survey, three out of ten providers surveyed already have some type of arrangement with a nearby college or university, a trend that will likely increase as seniors demand access to meaningful activities and intellectual stimulation. Learn More

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  10. Long Term Care Sector Vital to USA Economy

    Long Term Care Sector Vital to USA Economy

    Report 2011/ This report outlines the importance of senior care and the facilities that support caring to the USA's economy. The report shows that the long term care industry generates $529 billion in total economic activity, supports and creates over 5.4 million jobs, and returns over $60 billion in taxes back to federal and state governments annually. Long term care supports 3.7% of the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP)/ There are 10 states in which long term care employs more than 10,000 individuals/ Long term care is a top ten employer base in 172 congressional districts/ There are 50 congressional districts where long term care employs more than 10,000 individuals/ In 25 of 29 congressional districts in New York long term care is in the top ten employers/ Learn More

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