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Portland and Portland State University gear up for aging population boom

At Springhouse Estates, Kelsey Roy, 17, of Horsham, waits on Ruth Leslie (left) and Marcia Bobman. To sweeten the deal, Springhouse offers culinary scholarships for each student.

At Springhouse Estates, Kelsey Roy, of Horsham, waits on Ruth Leslie (left) and Marcia Bobman. To sweeten the deal, Springhouse offers culinary scholarships for each student.

Henry Cisneros Wants to Design Cities for All Ages.  Communities need to adapt to a growing older population, former HUD secretary argues.

Communities need to adapt to a growing older population, former HUD secretary argues.

(Katherine Frey/ The Washington Post ) - On an increase in "intentional communities" in the Washington, D.C. area - profiles of three such homes, one of which was founded in 1986.  Even though I'm an introvert, I loved the communal living I experienced in college - I could see this being attractive to me again, in the right circumstances.

D.C.'s ‘intentional communities’ put strangers in a house joined by core values

's ‘intentional communities’ put strangers in a house joined by core values - The Washington Post

Aging isn’t the challenge; building an equitable society is - The Boston Globe

Aging isn’t the challenge; building an equitable society is

Aging isn’t the challenge; building an equitable society is - The Boston Globe

My Home is Yours: The Sustainability of Intentional Communities

My Home is Yours: The Sustainability of Intentional Communities

My Home is Yours: The Sustainability of Intentional Communities - Organic Authority

You’re Retired. Now What Do You Do? You can spend decades working for a living, raising a family and paying the mortgage. Then you retire and collect your gold i-watch. Now what do you do?

You’re Retired. Now What Do You Do?

What are your health prospects? "The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not." Mark Twain made that observation years ago.

Could Tiny Houses Have a Big Impact on Hawai‘i’s Future? - Honolulu Magazine - May 2016 - Hawaii

Could Tiny Houses Have a Big Impact on Hawai‘i’s Future?

President Lyndon Baines Johnson visit to Tom Fletcher's home in Kentucky was part of a tour of poverty stricken areas of the U.S. (Photo by ...

President Lyndon Baines Johnson visit to Tom Fletcher's home in Kentucky was part of a tour of poverty stricken areas of the U. (Photo by Walter Bennett/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images).

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