Thursday, February 22, 2007

Boomerang Seniors

USA Today is reporting on the phenomenon of Boomerang Seniors - people who move to places such as Florida when they reach retirement, only to move elsewhere (usually their place of origin or where they have family) upon losing their health (which was still quite good when they were 60-something and moved to golfing or other active-lifestyle communities), their spouse, or their savings.

One of the main points of the article is that places to which elderly are returning are just now figuring out how to handle these demographic dynamics of having younger, healthier seniors move away and be replaced by older seniors who require a greater amount of care and services - especially health related.


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