As the Population Ages, Boards Need to Think of Safety First

As baby boomers slip into middle age – and beyond – many co-op and condo boards are facing a huge challenge. Even if your building is not yet officially a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community – that is, a building where more than 45 percent of the residents are over the age of 60 – it’s time to start thinking about the future. Your first thought should be: safety first. Here are four tips for dealing with senior citizens:   Read the article…………


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