Baby Boomer ReportSigns of significant changes among those growing older in western countries have been emerging over the past decade. These changes were identified in a study of housing tenure, lifestyle, family relationships and obligations of nearly 7,000 older Australians (Olsberg and Winters 2005) Among key points found in their study were effects of increased longevity, changing family relationships, greater social mobility and diversity, with friendships often replacing family as reasons for choosing locality of residence.

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Link to PDF: Baby Boomer Report

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