NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Economic Trends  |  Seniors Housing

Looking into the Future:  How Much Seniors Housing Will Be Needed?

By: Beth Burnham Mace and Anne Standish  |  September 26, 2019

A frequent question NIC receives is how much seniors housing will be needed for tomorrow’s aging baby boomers.  Using the most recent U.S. Census population projections, NIC has estimated the number of seniors housing units that will be needed through 2040.   Since projections are as much art as they are science, we have also created a few scenarios that project needed new supply based on different penetration rates and different household age cohorts.

Economic Trends  |  Seniors Housing  |  Workforce

Industry Gathers at NIC Fall Conference: Managing Margins, Realizing Returns and Expert Insights

By: NIC  |  September 18, 2019

With record attendance, the 2019 NIC Fall Conference in Chicago last week brought together more than 3,300 participants for three days of networking, educational sessions, receptions, and high-profile speakers such as former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.    Programming focused on current market trends and innovations as well as how to best address the disruptions facing the industry. Experts provided insights into effective operational strategies as well as changing capital flows and deal structures. 

Economic Trends  |  Seniors Housing  |  Workforce

Why “Silver Tsunami” is an Ageist Term

By: Bob Kramer  |  September 09, 2019

No one ever thinks of anything good coming from a Tsunami. A Tsunami is an unmitigated disaster of unparalleled proportions, that causes mass destruction in its wake. The phrase, “Silver Tsunami,” even as it’s used within the aging field, furthers an old and outdated view of aging; it also undercuts society’s ability to see the opportunities that arise from the incredible achievement of lengthening the average American lifespan by over 30 years just in the past century.

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