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Global Adult and Retirement Communities Industry

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The global outlook series on Adult and Retirement Communities provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. Illustrated with 56 fact-rich market data tables, the report offers an aerial view of adult and retirement industry, highlights latest market trends, and key market drivers. Regional markets briefly abstracted and covered include North America, United States, Canada, Japan, Europe (including Finland, Monaco, and UK), Asia-Pacific (including Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan), Latin America (including Mexico), and Africa (including Morocco). The report offers a compilation of recent mergers, acquisitions, and strategic corporate developments. Also included is an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of 206 companies worldwide.

1. OVERVIEW 1Retirement Communities - An Introduction 1Location & Design - Key Factors for Retirement Units 1Lifestyle Demands - Vital for Retirement Community Setting 1Geriatric Living Solutions - An Overview 2Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) 2Service Description, Typical Patient Profile and Period ofStay for Skilled Nursing Facilities 2Senior Living 2Independent Living 3Assisted Living 3Continuous Care Retirement Communities 4Service Description, Typical Patient Profile, and Period ofStay in Senior Living Market by Category - IndependentLiving, Assisted Living, and Continuous Care RetirementCommunities (CCRCs) 4Table 1: Senior Housing in the US (2010): Leading SeniorHousing Owners by Number of Units (in '000) 5Primary Operating Models in Senior Living 5Comparison of Major Operating Models in Senior Living Market 6Global Demographics - A Review 7Ageing World Population 7Table 2: Global Aging Population - Percentage Breakdown ofSenior Population (Above 65 Years, and Above 85 Years) bySelect Region for the Years 2000, 2015, and 2030 7

Table 3: Most Populous Countries in the World: Population in

Million for the Year 2008 and Projections for 2050 8

Table 4: Top 10 Countries with Oldest Population in theWorld (2011): 65+ Population by Gender for Japan, Germany,Italy, Sweden, Greece, Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Portugal,and Finland 9Most of the Aged Population Live in Developed Nations: A Myth 9Table 5: Global Distribution of Population for Age Group(60+, and 80+) by Region for Years 2010 & 2050 (In Million) 10

Table 6: Global Average Annual Rate of Change of Total

Population for Different Age Groups by Major Region for

Years 2009-2050 (in %) 11

Table 7: Global Distribution of Population for Age Group(60+, and 80+) by Major Areas for Years 2010 & 2050 (InMillion) 12

Table 8: Global Average Annual Rates of Change of Total

Population for Different Age Groups by Major Area for Years

2009-2050 (in %) 13

Addressing the Needs of Aged Population 14

Table 9: Percentage of Assisted Living (AL) Residents Who

Require Help for Daily Living Activities - Bathing,

Dressing, Eating, Medication Management, Toileting, and

Transferring 15

Dementia: Imminent Global Healthcare Crisis 15

2. MARKET TRENDS & ISSUES 16Latest Trends in Senior Living: An Insight 16Assisted Living Continues to be a Popular Choice over NursingFacilities 16Housing Industry Adopts Universal Design for Adult Communities 17Credit Crunch Impacts the US Seniors' Housing Loan Volumes 17Net Worth of Seniors Declines 17Highly Fragmented US Senior Market Offers Opportunities forConsolidation 17Recession Generates New Opportunities 18Stable Occupancies and Limited Supply of Units 18

3. MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 19

4. STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 39A REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 48

1. NORTH AMERICA 48

Seniors Population Continues to Grow 48

Improvements in Lifestyles and Life Expectancy 48

Senior Care Shifts from Family Care to Professional Care 48

Investment Trends in Senior Housing 48

Senior Women - The Prime Target Customers 49

Consolidation of Divided Ownership 49

1a. UNITED STATES 50US Senior Housing Market - An Overview 50Independent Living and Continuing Care Communities Bore theBrunt of Plunge in the Housing Sector 50Impact of Recession on Assisted Living Sector: An Overview 50Favorable Demographics Continue to Drive Market Growth 51Table 10: US Population in Million by Age Group: 2010-2020 52

Table 11: US Population (Above 65 and Above 85) in Million:

2010-2050 52

REITs Fuel Senior Housing Sales 52

Retirement Communities Adapt to Evolving Needs of Today's Aged

Population 52

Active Adult Communities: A Favorite Choice of Baby Boomers 53

Baby Boomers Shift to AACs Likely to Attain Record Levels in

Future 53

Table 12: Active Adult Retirement Communities in the United

States by State (2011) 53

Present-day AACs Specially Customized as per Baby Boomer

Specifications 54

Assisted Living: An Overview 54

Table 13: Long Term Care Market in the United States (2011):

Percentage Share Breakdown by Type of Care for Nursing Home

Care, Home Care, Assisted Living, and Hospice Care 54

Table 14: Estimated Number of Senior Housing Units in the

United States by Type (2010) 55

Table 15: Senior Housing in the United States (2010):

Percentage Share Breakdown by Value for Independent Living,

Skilled Nursing, and Assisted Living 55

Table 16: Senior Housing Communities in the United States byType of Community (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown forMajority Skilled Nursing, Majority Assisted Living, MajorityIndependent Living, and Continuing Care RetirementCommunities 55

Table 17: Number of Units/Beds in Senior Housing Communities

in the US by Type of Community (2010): Percentage Share

Breakdown for Majority Skilled Nursing, Continuing Care

Retirement Communities, Majority Independent Living, and

Majority Assisted Living 56

Table 18: Average Cost (in US$) of Assisted Living andNursing Homes (Private and semi-Private) in the US: 2010 56Continuing Care Retirement Communities 57Continuing Care Retirement Communities in the US: An Overview 57Background 57CCRCs Poised to Gain Greater Market Share in Future 58Independent Living Communities 58Independent Living Communities: An Overview 58Table 19: Independent Living Communities in the US as of2006 by Select Province: A Historic Perspective 59Assisted Living Communities 59Assisted Living Communities: An Overview 59Table 20: Assisted Living Communities in the US as of 2006by Select Province: A Historic Perspective 60Assisted Living Properties - Types 60Table 21: US Assisted Living Market (2010): PercentageBreakdown of Various Settings for AL Residences (byProperty Type) - Freestanding Assisted Living, AssistedLiving/Dementia Care, Continuing Care RetirementCommunities, Assisted Living/ Independent Living, AssistedLiving/Nursing, and Freestanding Dementia Care 61

Table 22: US Assisted Living Market (2010): Percentage

Breakdown of Various Settings for AL Residences (by Number

of Units) - Assisted Living/Dementia Care, Freestanding

Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Communities,

Assisted Living/Independent Living, Assisted

Living/Nursing, and Freestanding Dementia Care 61

Public and Private for-Profit Companies: Dominance of

Private Pay Model 62

Table 23: US Assisted Living Market (2008): Percentage

Breakdown by Ownership Type - Private-For-Profit,

Public-For-Profit, Not-For-Profit, and Others 62

Table 24: US Senior Living Market (2010): PercentageBreakdown of Annual Average Cost for Senior Living byCategory - Pent- Up Home Equity (Opportunity Cost),Housing, Food, Transportation, Utilities, and Entertainment 63Assisted Living - Dementia Care Facilities 63Service Description, Typical Patient Profile and Period ofStay for Memory Care Facilities 63Table 25: Dementia Care Facilities in the US as of 2006 bySelect Province 64

Table 26: Average Cost of Assisted Living and Nursing Homes

(Private and Semi- Private) (2010) 64

Nursing Homes 65

Nursing Homes in the US: An Overview 65

Growth of Nursing Homes 65

Nursing Home Residents 65

Table 27: US Nursing Homes Market (2010): Percentage

Breakdown of Residents Seeking Assistance in Activities of

Daily Living (ADLs) 66

Nursing Home Costs: A Historic Review 66

Table 28: US Nursing Homes Market (2007): Average Nursing

Home Costs per Day in US Dollar for Semi-Private Room and

Private Room in Select Areas 66

Senior Housing - Glance into History 67

Table 29: US Assisted Living Market - Growth of AL

Properties: Percentage Breakdown by Time Period - Before

1989, Between 1990-1999, 2000 or later 68

Factors Affecting Senior Housing Industry 68

Lending Scenario 68

Increasing Buyers' Expectations 69

Key Mode of Operations in the US Senior Housing Market 69

Table 30: US Senior Housing Market (2009): Average Occupancy

Rate in Assisted Living and Independent Living Facilities for

Sunrise Senior Living, Brookdale, Emeritus, Capital Senior

Living, and Five Star Senior Living 69

Table 31: US Senior Housing Market (2009): Average OccupancyRate in Skilled Nursing Homes for Kindred Healthcare, SunHealthcare, Skilled Healthcare Group, Ensign Group, and SunHealthcare 70

Table 32: Brookdale Senior Living - Number of Facilities,

Occupancy Ratio, and Total Units/Bed Capacity by Select

Community - Assisted Living, Independent Living, and CCRCs 70

Table 33: Top Senior Housing Owners in the United States inTerms of Percentage Increase in Number of Units Owned: 2010 71

Table 34: Top Senior Housing Managers in the United States in

Terms of Percentage Increase in Number of Units Managed: 2010 71

Real Estate Investment Trusts 71

REITs in the US 71

General Factors Influencing the US Senior Housing Industry 72

Delayed Retirement of Active Adults: Decline of Independent

Living Segment 72

Seniors Delay Entry into Adult Communities: Constriction of

Market Size 73

Seniors Seek Short-Term Assistance: Need Driven Growth of

Assisted Living Segment 73

Limited Options to Meet Assisted Living Expenses: Decline in

Occupancy Rate 74

US Assisted Living Market - Primary Reasons for Residents

Leaving AL Facility by Ranking 75

Table 35: US Assisted Living Market - Primary Reasons for

Residents Leaving AL Facility (2010) - Percentage Breakdown

by Reason - Shift to Nursing Home, Death, Shift to Private

Home, Another Residence, Hospital, and Others 75

Financially Constrained Seniors Seek Alternatives 75

Adult Communities in Urban Areas: Moderate Occupancy 76

Current Status of the Industry: Recapitulating the Impact of

Influential Factors 76

Adult Community Operators Simplify Procedures and Extend

Services 77

Active Adult Communities Mull over "Age Desegregation" 77

Upscale Assisted Living Segment Remains Strong: Hospitality-

based Model 78

HUD Revamps FHA to Offset Credit Crisis 78

Superimposition with Health Care Industry 78

Market Outlook 79

Attractive Demographics 79

Baby Boomers - A Snapshot 79

Table 36: Percentage Share Breakdown of Grandparents in the

US by Age Group (2011) 79

Table 37: 65 + Population in the United States by Gender 80Generation-Xers - Snapshot 80High Expansion of Capacity Unlikely in Senior Living Industry 80Senior Housing Market Remains Attractive for Investment 81Table 38: US Current & Future Analysis for Assisted LivingCommunities - Number of New Units for the Years 2010 through2015 81Independent Living Communities 82Table 39: US Current & Future Analysis for IndependentLiving Communities - Number of New Units for the Years 2010through 2015 82Continuous Care Retirement Communities 83Table 40: US Current & Future Analysis for Continuing CareRetirement Communities - Number of New Units for the Years2010 through 2015 83

Table 41: US Current & Future Analysis for Continuing Care

Retirement Community (CCRC) Services- Revenues in US$

Billion for the Years 2010 through 2015 84

Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Versus Senior Living: Outlook 84

Comparison of Skilled Nursing Facilities and Senior Living

Communities in the US 85

Table 42: US Current & Future Analysis for Skilled Nursing -

Revenues in US$ Billion for the Years 2010 through 2015 85

1b. CANADA 86Investments in Canadian Senior Housing Industry 86Canadian Adult Communities 86Table 43: 65 + Population in Canada by Gender 87

2. JAPAN 88

Japanese Dankai Generation 88

Table 44: Living Arrangement of Japanese Older Population:

Percentage Breakdown by Mode of Living for Years 1980, 1995,

and 2010 88

Table 45: 65 + Population in Japan by Gender 89

3. EUROPE 90

Aging Population in Europe - An Overview 90

Table 46: European Population Statistics for Age Group (Below

65, and 65+) for Select Countries - France, Germany, Italy,

United Kingdom, Russia, and Spain 90

Table 47: Rest of Western European Population Statistics forAge Group (Below 65, and 65+) for Select Countries - Austria,Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Ireland, The Netherlands,Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey 91

Table 48: Eastern European Population Statistics for Age

Group (Below 65, and 65+) for Select Countries - Bulgaria,

Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia 92

3a. FINLAND 92Overview 92

3b. FRANCE 93

French Retirement Homes Market 93

Demographic Trends 93

Over 65 Years Age Group 93

Over 85 Years Age Group 93

Table 49: 65 + Population in Canada by Gender 93

3c. UNITED KINGDOM 94Overview 94Need for Private Investment 94Nursing Care and Residential Care Real Estate Market to Surge 94High Growth Potential as Supply Likely to Surpass Demand by 2030 94

4. ASIA-PACIFIC 95

Overview 95

Attractive Demographics 95

Table 50: Asia-Pacific Population Statistics for Age Group

(Below 65, and 65+) for Select Countries - Australia, China,

Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, South Malaysia, New

Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand 95

Consumer Behavior 95

4a. AUSTRALIA 96Overview 96Demography and Other Growth Factors 96Current and Future Status of the Industry 96Table 51: Australian Current & Future Analysis of ContinuingCare Retirement Community Services Market - Revenues in US$Billion for the Years 2010 through 2015 97

4b. CHINA 98

Overview 98

Senior Living Market in China: A Prelude 98

Rapid Increase in the Costs of elderly Care 98

Background 98

Real Estate for Elderly Care, a Promising Market in China 99

China: An Emerging Hotspot for Elderly Care Real Estate

Investment 99

Demographics 99

4c. INDIA 100Overview 100Senior Care and Living 100

4d. INDONESIA 100

Overview 100

4e. KOREA 100Overview 100

4f. SINGAPORE 101

Overview 101

4g. TAIWAN 101Overview 101

5. LATIN AMERICA 102

Boom of American Retirement Communities in Latin America 102

Table 52: Latin American Population Statistics for Age Group

(Below 65, and 65+) by Gender for Select Country - Argentina,

Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela in

2011 102

Table 53: Latin America Population Statistics (2011): 65+Population by Gender for Select Regions - Argentina, Brazil,Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela 103

5a. MEXICO 104

Overview 104

6. AFRICA 105Overview 105

6a. MOROCCO 105

Overview 105

7. REST OF WORLD 106ISRAEL 106Table 54: Distribution of Assisted Living Facilities inIsrael (2011) 106

Table 55: Distribution of Beds among Elders in Assisted

Living Facilities in Israel (2011) 106

Table 56: Distribution of Beds (in '000) among Elders inAssisted Living Facilities in Israel (2011) 107GLOBAL DIRECTORY

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