Senior Housing News January 18, 2022
Tim Mullaney

Despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, independent living residents of life plan communities maintained their wellbeing to a remarkable extent last year. 

That’s according to Mather CEO Mary Leary, who spoke with Senior Housing News about the latest findings from the longitudinal Age Well Study, released this week.

“The findings showed that residents, on average, exhibited very low levels of stress and high levels of resilience during the pandemic, with average stress levels among residents being 1.33 on a scale of 1 to 5, which we believe is remarkable,” she said. “Average resiliency was 4.3 on a scale of 5, which is also remarkable.”

The results suggest that life plan community owners and operators can take pride in how they...

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