The US population's demographics are changing. In 1960, only 1 in 11 Americans were 65+. Today it's 1 in 6, and shrinking quickly. Retirement communities that provide elder care will have trouble keeping up with what will be exploding demand. How should older Americans evaluate their shrinking options?
About the Author
Dennis Lawler received an Engineering degree in 1968 and an MBA in 1976. He retired from a long career in the energy industry, where he had executive positions in regulatory affairs, finance, human resources, and business development before retiring in 2005. He and his wife of over 50 years enjoy grandkids, travel, the performing arts, and golf.