Why don’t young people want to work in the industry—and what can we do about it?
Remote care medical technology—like wearables—is becoming more necessary, accepted and useful for older adults who are aging in place.
As the landscape of personal finances continues to change, many older adults are facing economic inequity and insecurity.
New research stimulates dialogue about how the longevity market can provide long-term care and housing to middle-income seniors.
With climate change related disasters increasing, long-term care providers are facing new challenges in emergency preparedness.
People increasingly rely on devices and home modifications to supplement care as they age at home, but payment options are limited.
Experts weigh in on why family caregiving benefits will only increase in importance for workers and employers as Americans live longer.