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– Robert Kramer, Co-Founder & Strategic Advisor, NIC, Founder, Nexus Insights
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“Nursing homes are like public schools. There are good ones. There are bad ones. Overall it’s a hairy national mess dished up at a state level that needs fixing.“
– Jacquelyn Kung
“The definition of retirement is a flexible and personal thing. Most boomers want to stay vital and useful, and that might be anything from continuing a law practice to being the ultimate grandparent to serving on city council to photographing the world. The word itself is archaic and needs to be retired.“
– Sara Zeff Geber, Ph.D.
“Unless return expectations change, real estate is an unsustainable capital source for the senior care system of the future.”
– Anne Tumlinson
“New question: Should I fear growing old? This is one of the misconceptions of our times: research has proven globally that the happiest people are those 70 years of age and older. The ‘U-Shaped Happiness’ curve reveals that, despite marketing messages of eternal youth, for many our later years are, indeed, golden years.”
– Ryan Frederick
“The future of senior living isn’t customer service and carefree lifestyles, it’s true communities focused on citizenship, purpose, growth and belonging.”
– Jill Vitale-Aussem
“COVID poured gasoline on the fire of social isolation.”
– Bill Thomas
“Though COVID-19 has given the industry a black eye, the industry is also presented with a unique opportunity to recover its reputation, reframe its aspirations, and offer hope on a wider scale. If it fails to seize this opportunity, senior living will be viewed by Boomers and others as ‘senior dying’- a place to be avoided at all costs.”
– Bob Kramer