…families, friends, neighborhoods, towns, cities, societies. Ironically, the more our needs for these networks grow due to aging or chronic illness, the more fragmented and frayed they often become.
As a result:
- Seniors struggle to maintain both their health and their sense of independence in the place they most want to be: their own homes.
- Families and loved ones can pay a huge cost in anguish, time, and money.
- Governments face the task of supporting a rapidly mushrooming senior population. In the US, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 each day.
If it takes a village to raise a child, it also takes a village – a Neighborhood – to care for our parents, grandparents, and friends. At Care Architecture we’re building online and offline products and services that keep seniors well, independent, connected — and happy.
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