Race, age and income all play a significant role in who is looking at senior housing, but recent survey findings suggest a possible inflection point, as minorities express more interest in senior living for themselves than for their parents.
Caucasian Americans are significantly more likely to consider a senior living community for their aging parents than African Americans and Hispanics, according to a new report from third-party referral agent Caring.com. Still, the findings point toward a shift in attitude moving forward, as more Hispanics and African Americans indicated the potential of senior living for themselves.
The study consists of responses from 1,0002 adults who…
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