This is Part I of a two-part series on resident aging in place within independent living communities.
Aging in place typically involves the gradual health deterioration of seniors in senior living communities.
But as aging in place becomes a dominant trend within an IL community, practical, effective and consistent responses to this dilemma often elude even the most experienced and innovative sponsors and owner/operators.
Let's take a sobering look at the implications of aging in place from the real world perspective of four very involved groups:
Professional staffs frequently find themselves facing three aging in place challenges.
The AIL concept: Dealing with aging in place in IL is, at best, extremely complex.
It also appears to solve immediate and growing aging in place problems.