Assisted Living Homes with University Affilitations

Here’s an interesting twist on organizations getting involved with senior housing. I always figured the hotels would be one of the first.

Senior Care stuff

A recent press release from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) revealed that one of their senior communities received its license for assisted living. How many people even knew that the UPMC had senior housing in their portfolio?

It turns out that College and University affiliated senior housing is widespread. This company specializes in senior housing/college partnerships. They provide a list on their website with some big name examples of such arrangements – Notre Dame, Duke University, U of Florida, U of Michigan, etc. The housing communities are both private and non-profit. What are the benefits of such an arrangement for the two sides?

Colleges/Universities

  • Revenue – from the sale of land or from a lease
  • Equity in the finished project and recurring payments for services
  • Donations to school from residents of the community
  • Housing option for retired faculty
  • Opportunities for the studying of aging
  • Expanded audience for campus events

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About Mark A. Lembo

Area Representative for Always Best Care Senior Service, based in Tampa, FL. Providing local families with unparalleled service and unbiased consultation on senior living options, including independent and assisted living. We provide enterprising and compassionate individuals an opportunity to join our team so they can also "Build a Business. Make a Difference." (tm).

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