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How To Ensure Your HOA Is Taking Care Of Aging Residents

It can be hard to guarantee that your aging residents are receiving proper care, and due to the increased population of residents who are 65 years old and older beginning, it’s a situation that’s becoming more prevalent for HOA communities.

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The Top 3 Solutions To Help Aging Residents In Your Community

According to the AARP, 87 percent of adults who are 65 and older would choose to age in their current home or community. This new trend is called aging in place, and it can have its benefits like avoiding high

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How You Can Help Aging Residents Fight Social Isolation

Social interaction is highly important to the mental and physical well-being of your residents, but what happens when they begin to age, leaving you to find a solution to combat social isolation.   As your residents progress through life, going

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What HOAs Should Really Know About Aging Residents

Every HOA community faces challenges with aging-in-place residents. The “Baby Boomer” generation is, on average, 65 years old and would rather stay in their home than move to a senior care center or in with another family member.   For

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Don’t Pick The Wrong Fights For An Aging Parent

One of the biggest challenges baby boomers face is managing the lives of their aging parents. It can not only be time consuming and costly, but it can also create a fine line to walk when going to bat for

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Toronto turning to combination condo, long-term care home to help seniors stay downtown

Toronto seniors are struggling with a scarcity of quality long-term care beds and affordable housing units.  Soon, one downtown building will have both.  The Rekai Centres, which has run long-term care homes in the city dating back to 1955, and

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Aging Condominium updates for an Aging Population

Condominiums are not just for young people, there are many elderly condo residents that bought their units in the 1980’s. Many early construction condo buildings are now facing challenges of providing amenities to owners who are 65 years or older.

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Opportunities for Aging On-Site Managed Communities [A Case Study]

As the community association industry ages so do the associations that we manage. While I write this blog, your community association is changing and evolving into something entirely different than it might have been created by the developer to be.

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The Rising Cost of Aging in Place

NORCs, in financial squeeze, push Albany for more funding.  Gary Altman’s parents moved into Hillman Housing in Co-op Village on the Lower East Side in 1955, when they were newlyweds. Altman, one of four siblings, still lives in Co-op Village

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Managing Tough Situations: When Neighbors Are Struggling

Condos and co-ops are called communities for a reason—families and individuals live side by side with one another, sometimes for years or even decades

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

Your first thought should be: safety first. Here are four tips for dealing with senior citizens

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Aging at the condominium association

when your association faces issues of the elderly living amongst them that the true test of whether you live in a community association

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24 birds removed from condo after woman found dead in Stamford (CT)

Fierst said that it appeared that the birds, which ranged from babies to adults, hadn’t been fed for days

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