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Senior living communities consider how to be more diverse, inclusive, accessible (access required)

The nation’s senior population is the largest and most diverse in history, according to the most recent census data from the U.S. Census Bureau. It makes sense, then, that the residential makeup of senior housing communities nationwide is more diverse than ever. Locally, senior living communities are embracing this diversity of race, culture, ethnicity, faith, sexual ...
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