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What does the future of senior living look like?

Ita Aber, right, stops by the table of her old friend Rita Shliselberg after she finished dinner at RiverWalk, an independent senior housing facility, in New York, Thursday, April 1, 2021.

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What does the future of senior living look like?

Seniors have endured a tough two years during the pandemic. They’ve been at much higher risk of becoming ill or dying from COVID-19, which often meant they had no choice but to spend most of their time at home away from loved ones.

Reset examines what the future holds for this group and how the pandemic has shaped the outlook for the senior living sector.

GUESTS: Gus Noble, president of Chicago Scots and Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care

Beth Burnham Mace, chief economist and director of outreach at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care

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