Statistics prove nursing home ‘tradition’ is on the wane

MIAMI: The number of people aged 65 or older in skilled nursing homes has stayed “relatively stable” despite an 11 per cent population rise for the same group according to data gathered from the national statistics.
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Film to be released on history of retirement communities

MIAMI: A brief film history on the evolution of the retirement community is currently in its final edit and is to be premiered at the Over 50s Housing Trends Conference to be held in Toronto on October 24, 2014.
The documentary traces the origins of Read More »

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Over 65s tipped to be healthier and richer in ten years

MIAMI: Older adults are more likely to be healthier and wealthier in 10 years than they are today, and much more likely to be in work and living as a couple, say projections from the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

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Trend for grandparents to help fund family members onto housing ladder

ATLANTA: Young people are getting on the housing ladder thanks to loans from their grandparents.

More than five out of six grandparents have given cash and loans to their grandchildren since 2012, according to a survey. Three quarters added that they had already dipped into Read More »

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