Glen Tipton, FAIA and Principal at Hord Coplan Macht in the Senior Living Studio, co-presented this session at Leading Age 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. This presentation has following Learning Objectives:
1. Realize how the “Silents” have already established “home” is an important part of traditional provider’s service area and market.
2. Analyze the demographic and psychographic trends driving new housing developments and service models.
3. Discover the highly successful programs aging services providers have already developed to support senior living in the community.
4. Recognize how the greater community is a potential source of value-added amenities and external services for your organization.
This linked file includes excerpts of the session presented by Glen Tipton, FAIA, along with Susan Brecht, Brecht Associates, Cecily Laidman, Executive Director, Cadbury Continuing Care at Home and Bestie Sassen, Vice President, Community Initiatives at Mather LifeWays.
Appealing to the New Senior Living Consumer
The Senior Living Consumer is looking for greater options than the old CCRC model typically offers. In this session, Glen Tipton offers his personal experience as aging baby boomer who is enjoying an urban lifestyle in a mixed used community. He applies that experience to the growing demand by seniors for more intergenerational living options within an urban setting.