Garden Spot Communities CEO Casts Vision for Growth in 2024

January 2, 2024

Senior Housing News recently connected with senior living industry leaders to get their insight on the upcoming challenges and opportunities for growth in the industry. Garden Spot Communities CEO Steve Lindsey was included in the panel and the first of a two-part article released in early 2024.

In part, Steve says, “We believe that the biggest impact that we can have is to begin a conversation that stops denying aging, but begins to define again in new terms — one that sees aging as a natural progression of life that brings many benefits, not as a liability. We see older people having gifts of experience, wisdom, resilience and self-discovery that need to be shared with the world and we believe that the way we craft our communities in the future can have a significant impact on the health and well-being of our society at large. We believe that attention paid to both physical and social design can lead to vibrant campuses that are community hubs — locations where wisdom and knowledge are shared, relationships between diverse people can develop and human flourishing is the norm. As such, intergenerational design is a primary consideration and a focus area for 2024. We have to find ways to bring people of all ages together in authentic community.”

Read the full article here.

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