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Ideal for: Senior Living Community Activity Planners and Wellness Program Organizers

Conducted in collaboration with Ziegler and the architectural firm of Dorsky Hodgson Parrish Yue (first report) and C.C. Hodgson Architectural Group (second report), these national reports of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) describe the impact of wellness programs on residents, and factors related to successful wellness programs from the perspective of program managers, administrators, and presidents/CEOs.

Find out how your CCRC’s wellness programming compares to similar communities in this free industry survey. Our National Whole-Person Wellness Survey Report details wellness programming in CCRCs across the United States, examining them in terms of six wellness dimensions: physical, social, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and vocational.

NEW! The second report (released in 2013) includes data on staff wellness programs. Use it to compare your program to a national sample, and identify opportunities and ideas to improve your own whole-person wellness programs for residents and employees.

Each report describes
  • current and projected future CCRC wellness program features related to programming, physical design, and program economics
  • respondents’ perspectives on the benefits of their wellness programs to residents, staff, and the organization
  • profiles of wellness programs based on eight characteristics that indicate the extent to which CCRCs have developed a “culture of wellness”

Download the first and second report free, and get an overview of the state of whole-person wellness in CCRCs.