Argentum is conducting a survey to better understand issues, events, and developments that will shape the senior living industry in 2025.
The first phase of this research initiative was an open-ended questionnaire, offering respondents a chance to raise any and all issues they believe will be important to the senior living industry in 2025. We are now asking Argentum members for your participation in completing our phase two questionnaire, which contains a series of statements based on responses that were reviewed and tabulated from phase one.
Please complete this survey by accessing this link. All survey participants will receive a complimentary copy of the Senior Living 2025 study final report outlining opportunities for the senior living industry within five key areas: Workforce Development, Quality Care, Consumer Choice, Operational Excellence, and Memory Care.
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