Senior living is a popular topic among retirees. The term can refer to both the general lifestyle of older individuals, as well as facilities dedicated to them.
As retirees know, things often get better with age. The same can be said for senior living sentiments and establishments. This great piece by The Lantern details this fascinating evolution.
Over a millennium ago, Cicero wrote “An Old Age,” and other similar works followed. Many detailed appropriate treatments for the elderly, which helped seniors to be viewed in a more cherished and respectable way over the coming centuries.
By the 1800s, senior care solutions were in effect by churches, charities, and other voluntary associations of people. The next century saw improvements in senior facilities, more research into senior health needs, and of course, the establishment of Social Security.
What are your thoughts on senior living trends and facilities today? Wherever or however seniors choose to live, our Social Security Lock-Box Petition is here to support them.