• Access the 2020 Business of Aging Resources

    Download the rich library of research and resources provided by our expert keynote speaker and panelists, and scroll down to watch a video of the event.

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    "How Towns and Cities Can Become Talent Magnets, and Stay That Way" by Dominic Endicott


    Download the PowerPoint presentation our 2020 keynote speaker used during his presentation. This 34-slide deck is filled with rich data and research that can inform the future of senior care.


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    "Technology Ownership and Usage Among Seniors in Affordable Housing Communities" by Frieda Bennett, Ph.D.


    Read research on seniors living in St. Mary Development communities that can inform how telehealth and emerging technologies can increase access to healthcare for low-income seniors.


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    "Reimagine Our Society for Current and Future Aging" by Dominic Endicott


    Read an extensive report on how societies can better support our most vulnerable populations in this heavily researched white paper by our 2020 Business of Aging keynote speaker.


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    Panelist Q&A Answers


    Read our expert panelists' thoughts on attendee-submitted questions like: Are insurance companies engaged in learning how tech will lower long term care costs? How do you see the large production builder companies being involved in getting tech into new homes?

    Watch the 2020 Business of Aging Virtual Event

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