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DEMOGRAPHICS

 

A High Growth Potential Industry

As seniors seek to maintain their independence by staying in their homes, home care will become a high demand option for these seniors. As of Spring 2017, there are now 50 million people over the age of 65, that accounts for around 15% of the population and that number is projected to grow to 24% in 2060.

By 2060 the senior population will have grown to 98.2 million, of which 19.7 million will be 85 or older.

In fact, every day in America, nearly 10,000 baby boomers turn 65, and this trend will continue, every day for the next 15 years! By far, the largest segment of the American population falls into the age groups who will soon need the very services that Caring Senior Service already provides.

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Five Major Factors

Leading to changes for seniors and families in America.

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Changing
Demographics

The U.S. senior population is on the verge of exponential growth.

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Increased
Dependency

Studies show as people age their dependency on others increases

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Changing
Patient Care

Patient care methods shifted in last decades to reduce hospital stays.

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Increased
Affluence

The last ten years have led to higher amounts of disposable income.

 

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Distant
Family

Americans move based on where they find work, more now than years past.

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