March 2012

Aging in Place Means Business

March 26, 2012
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There is a good article on Aging in Place business in Sunday’s Washington Post.  The products and services mentioned in the article are not aging in place specific. One could easily fit an article about drug compliance, another about niche opportunities in disruptive transportation, and the third is also used in residential facilities. The significance is… Continue Reading Aging in Place Means Business

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Wall Street Journal Article Skips Past Opportunity

March 21, 2012
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There is something missing from the conversation. It is not the monitors. It is not the home modifications remodeling. It is not the home health, meals delivery or adult day care.  This Wall Street Journal article glides past the paragraph that hints at the opportunity. It is the management hub for Aging in Place 2.0.… Continue Reading Wall Street Journal Article Skips Past Opportunity

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What’s Next? The Boomer Business Summit

March 15, 2012
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This year’s What’s Next Boomer Business Summit is one of Mary Furlong’s many pace setting connect the dots business events. The lineup is always fresh. I have never walked away without significant nuggets and kernels and whole cloth. If you have not experienced this type of on point topical event I encourage you to take… Continue Reading What’s Next? The Boomer Business Summit

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the tide is turning…or the tipping point…or

March 9, 2012
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I get but do not often read Senior Housing News very thoroughly. I think it is about service enriched housing, sort of the flip or opposite side of Aging in Place. What caught my eye was “What’s Cooking in the Design Kitchen: A Recipe for Aging in Place“. This is not the Senior Housing News… Continue Reading the tide is turning…or the tipping point…or

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