Population shifts are changing our economy in extraordinary ways, and many businesses are using the aging market as a lens through which they create a business strategy for the future. One of the most important implications for US businesses to understand about the population shift is that more and more older adults are not only expecting to live longer – they’re expecting to live well.
There are many ways for seniors to get physical activity, many of which are non-traditional, low-impact exercises that limit stress on the body and risk of injury.
Over the years, we’ve learned a lot about what's most important in senior fitness center. Here are 5 recommendations on pitfalls to avoid during your design journey.
The highest levels of resident satisfaction are found in senior living communities that prioritize wellness. Here's how to make a the business case for wellness.
Loneliness adversely affects health and longevity and is associated with depression. The causes of loneliness are complex, but there are ways to combat its effects.
If you're interested in supporting the fitness requirements of older adults, there are 5 key features to look for when choosing strength training equipment.
We reviewed 5 types of balance and strength training equipment that every senior-focused fitness center should consider in order to improve falls prevention within their communities.
Perhaps the most important factor for long-term fitness is that it's enjoyable. Here are 7 types of exercise that are fun at any age.
Current research shows that changes in the brain are a significant contributor to falls. Here's what the research says and what we can do about it.
Seasonal Affective Disorder affects people of all ages but poses an increased threat to seniors. Here are ways to help seniors fight the symptoms of SAD.