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Seniors, fearful of long-term care homes and COVID-19, seek new ways to live together - The Globe and Mail

Cohousing projects, multigenerational homes and other kinds of shared accommodation are growing more popular as Canadians look ahead to the coming retirement crunch


Cohousing community gathers steam - Oak Park (Illinois)

Cohousing can appeal to extroverts and introverts. [Oak Park resident Susan] Stall notes that extroverts like her enjoy having built-in conversational opportunities every day, while introverts might enjoy having the opportunity to be pulled into interactions when they seek them out.


“Cohousing serves peoples’ needs in different ways,” Stall said.


Building A Movement By Trish Becker - Lead story in the May 2022 Cohousing Association of the US newsletter. Trish is the Association's Executive Director, and this short essay begins, "All great change began when two people started talking."

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