Houston Matters

With a Little Help From Our Friends: Finding Community in the Golden Years

In 2006 the U.S Census Bureau estimated that about 13 percent of Houston’s population of 2 million were over 60 years old. Those are the Baby Boomers, a generation of folks born between 1946 and 1964. Where will all those people go as they age — nursing homes, family, or join a growing trend of folks aging in […]

In 2006 the U.S Census Bureau estimated that about 13 percent of Houston’s population of 2 million were over 60 years old. Those are the Baby Boomers, a generation of folks born between 1946 and 1964.

Where will all those people go as they age — nursing homes, family, or join a growing trend of folks aging in a community?

Author Beth Baker researched a number of these new aging communities across the country and she joins us to talk about her latest book “With a Little Help from Our Friends – Creating Community as We Grow Older.”

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