Care for our aging seniors is quickly becoming a significant issue facing our society and our economy. It's a mathematical certainty that there will not be enough caregivers for the growing number of seniors by 2050 unless we rethink how and where seniors live their final years. The oldest Baby Boomers, America's second largest generation, turned 71 this year. Consider that nearly 90 percent of those over 65 want to stay in their residence for as long as possible according to AARP. Now consider that the average age of a Home Instead Senior Care client is 78. Imagine the growth potential in this industry.
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