Remembering the Forgotten Middle Market Speaker: Pilar Carvajal, Master of Science, Innovation Senior Management, LLC
The market for senior living has greatly expanded. Yet the industry has generally focused on higher income people. Currently, services are out of financial reach for 8 million middle income seniors. By 2029 there will be 14.4 million middle income seniors. A middle market senior living option is needed to fill the gap. Adult Day Care is going to be one of the options that fills this gap. Explain Relevance and Timeliness of Proposed Topic As the baby boomers age, the total number of middle income seniors 75+ will grow by 82% between 2014 and 2029. New innovations to serve this market are going to be needed. Adult Day Care is a great option to meet this need.
Mrs. Carvajal has spent her career managing the strategic development and day-to-day operations in the affordable and middle market senior living space. Her expertise focuses on senior independent living, assisted living, adult day care and memory care. Mrs. Carvajal has operational expertise in efficiently running low- and middle-income communities. Mrs. Carvajal often says she is a woman entrepreneur working in a woman’s world. She hires mostly women and cares, in large part, for women. She began her senior living career catering to an often neglected individual in our industry, the middle- and low income senior. Mrs. Carvajal entered the senior living space with a mission of providing excellent care and she has proven her thesis that better care results in better resident outcomes and profitability. Profits with a conscience is Innovation Senior Management’s core tenet and it continues to drive the growth of her company.
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