Skills in the Aging Services Industry

Cultivating CEO Skills in the Aging Industry
5 critical skills needed for leading the future of aging services Learn more >

Cultivating CEO Skills in the Aging Industry
5 critical skills needed for leading the future of aging services Learn more >

Cost of Ageism in the United States

The Cost of Ageism
Ageism is not only painful for those it disadvantages, it’s also costly Learn more >

The Cost of Ageism
Ageism is not only painful for those it disadvantages, it’s also costly Learn more >

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Post-Pandemic Engagement Disruption
E-Book: Start Engaging the Resident Journey Learn more >

Post-Pandemic Engagement Disruption
E-Book: Start Engaging the Resident Journey Learn more >

BOLD

BOLD IDEAS IN AGING

Jay Newton-SmallJay
Newton-Small

“I envision healthcare where every patient is treated like my dad and people know who they are and don’t treat them like checklists.”

Jill Vitale-AussemJill
Vitale-Aussem

“The future of senior living isn’t customer service and carefree lifestyles, it’s true communities focused on citizenship, purpose, growth and belonging.”

Bob KramerBob
Kramer

“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.”

Ryan FrederickRyan
Frederick

“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.”

Sara Zeff GeberSara
Zeff Geber, Ph.D

“Most boomers want to stay vital and useful. 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 ‘retirement’ is archaic and needs to be retired itself.”

Jacquelyn Kung, PhDJacquelyn
Kung

“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.”

Dr. Bill ThomasBill
Thomas

“COVID poured gasoline on the fire of social isolation.”

Caroline PearsonCaroline
Pearson

“Older adults choose their housing based on their health and mobility. The seniors housing industry must fully embrace health care as core to its business model and value proposition.”

David GrabowskiDavid
Grabowski

“Nursing home is a complete misnomer. As currently constructed, they are short on ‘nursing’ and not really a ‘home.’ Both of those need to change in order to improve care for older adults.

Jay Newton-SmallJay
Newton-Small

“I envision healthcare where every patient is treated like my dad and people know who they are and don’t treat them like checklists.”

Jill Vitale-AussemJill
Vitale-Aussem

“The future of senior living isn’t customer service and carefree lifestyles, it’s true communities focused on citizenship, purpose, growth and belonging.”

Bob KramerBob
Kramer

“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.”

Ryan FrederickRyan
Frederick

“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.”

Sara Zeff GeberSarah
Zeff Geber, Ph.D

“Most boomers want to stay vital and useful. 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 ‘retirement’ is archaic and needs to be retired itself.”

Jacquelyn Kung, PhDJacquelyn
Kung

“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.”

Dr. Bill ThomasBill
Thomas

“COVID poured gasoline on the fire of social isolation.”

Caroline PearsonCaroline
Pearson

“Older adults choose their housing based on their health and mobility. The seniors housing industry must fully embrace health care as core to its business model and value proposition.”

David GrabowskiDavid
Grabowski

“Nursing home is a complete misnomer. As currently constructed, they are short on ‘nursing’ and not really a ‘home.’ Both of those need to change in order to improve care for older adults.

Nexus Insights brings together a diverse array of business, policy and academic experts to develop the ideas that will create a better future for aging in America. Our unique ‘Nexus Voices’ discussion series convenes top leaders to develop bold ideas and actionable models which will transform housing and health for older adults. Now is the time to disrupt and innovate a field that needs a course correction.

Nexus Insights brings together a diverse array of business, policy and academic experts to develop the ideas that will create a better future for aging in America. Our unique ‘Nexus Voices’ discussion series convenes top leaders to develop bold ideas and actionable models which will transform housing and health for older adults. Now is the time to disrupt and innovate a field that needs a course correction.

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RETHINK

RETHINK AGING

Nexus Insights is helping leaders rethink how society approaches the latter third of life, which for many stretches to 100 years and beyond.

Aging impacts many industries.

Healthcare, hospitality, education, multifamily, retail, transportation, technology, and senior living are experiencing major disruptions. Leaders must create experiences and operating models that align with rapidly shifting market conditions, while satisfying the demands of a new generation of consumers.

Now is the time to adapt, disrupt traditional models, or become the disrupted.

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