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Boston is Third-Best City for Seniors to Live

Oct 30, 2019 12:46PM

The 2019 Senior Living Report from Caring.com ranks the Best and Worst Cities for Seniors to Live based on health care, housing options, community engagement, transportation, quality of life and workforce development. Boston is ranked number three out of 302 cities. 

Boston is currently home to more than 76,000 seniors, though it’s projected that by 2030, seniors will make up one-fifth of the population. With this in mind, Boston Centers for Youth and Families (BCYF) manages two stand-alone senior centers, dedicated spaces at local venues and various partnership
programs with local senior-focused services.


To read full report, visit Caring.com/senior-living/massachusetts/boston.