SENIOR LIVING MANAGEMENT GROUP PROJECTS

Because investors are faced with nearly infinite investment choices, diversification is an excellent way to ensure optimal results. With true diversification comes confidence that one’s expectations will be met, peace of mind that investments will be managed prudently, and the assurance of maximized returns.

Senior Living Management Group’s sound business practices and realistic business model provide stable investment opportunities for even the most cautious of investors. Senior Health Group is an especially appealing company, as its products are all based in and for a market that consistently thrives despite economic recession.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, of the ten industries that are most likely to see employment growth in the years 2008-2018, four are health-care based, and three of those four industries (home health-care services, nursing care services, and services for the elderly and persons with disabilities) are directly related to Senior Living Management Group’s core demographic group and products.

From 2000 to 2030, the 65-to 85-year-old age demographic will experience more growth than any other. Although the 85-and-older age demographic will increase less dramatically, it will experience an increase of more than 100% during that same time frame. As the baby boomer generation ages, the 85-and-older group will increase by seven percent annually beginning in 2032.

  • By 2015, the number of Utah residents age 65-84 will increase by 51% (to 98,124), and the number of persons 85 and older will increase by 38% (to 8,239).

  • From 2015 to 2030, the number of Utah residents age 65-84 will increase by 72% (to 209,267), and the number of persons 85 and older will increase by 52% (to 15,698).

  • The greatest period of growth for the 65-84-year-old demographic will occur between the years 2011 and 2030. The Baby Boom generation begins turning 85 in the year 2031.