the industry that's improving the lives
of older adults
Sharing research, trends, and best practices
in order to support an industry built around helping others
Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging is an award-winning resource for research and information about wellness, aging, trends in senior living, and successful aging service innovations. Through landmark research studies, often in partnership with universities around the country, the Institute has helped shape the aging services industry by sharing insights, information, and best practices.
Free Research Report Resident Expectations Regarding Transparency & Decision Making in Life Plan Communities
A survey of Life Plan Community management reveals what today’s Life Plan Community residents expect regarding transparency of information and input.Learn More
Discover current research and trends affecting housing and industry services
Recently, researchers examined looked at how demographic variables and depression symptoms related to wellness, resilience, and age perceptions among independent living senior living residents. In…Read More
Using interviews, researchers investigated how to maintain supportive relationships between older adults with multiple chronic conditions and their informal caregivers. This study focused on relationships…Read More
In light of the numerous negative physical and mental consequences associated with loneliness, researchers examined whether becoming a volunteer might attenuate some of the loneliness…Read More
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The Institute has partnered with a number of organizations, academic institutions, and corporations in research and education endeavors, and is always looking for new partners.Submit Your Proposal
Ways to #AgeWell
Mather LifeWays created Ways to #AgeWell to provide research-based tips that can help people of all ages Age Well. From simple habits that boost brain health to easy steps toward building resilience and happiness, each small tidbit can make a big difference in your life.
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