seniors on laptop

What should senior living communities look like five years from now?

How about ten years from now?

Erickson Living works to answer these questions every day. To help plan the future of our communities, we conduct regular research with residents and prospective residents, review industry research, and keep up on trends in our industry and in parallel industries.

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance man. His remarkable abilities were as diverse as his interests, his vision always fixed on the future.


Erik Larson is one of the best-selling nonfiction writers of the twenty-first century and, probably, one of the most eclectic. His previous books have covered topics ranging from serial killer H.H. Holmes (Devil in the White City) to William E. Dodd’s experience as America’s ambassador to Nazi Germany (In the Garden of Beasts).

UPS delivery man

Society has undergone a profound metamorphosis in the last 25 years. In a quarter of a century, a mere blink in the scheme of things, our material world has evaporated into the digital ether.


Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky was a composer ahead of his time—a master of melodies. He was born in 1840 in a small town in the Russian Empire.

His parents were trained musicians, and Tchaikovsky was, himself, exceptionally bright. 


Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane. In 2015, odds are that flying object isn’t Superman. It’s a drone, or as it’s properly called, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).

Samuel Morse

Although many may not know his face or much about his life, they certainly know his name. Samuel Morse was a nineteenth century da Vinci of sorts, a man who saw the world as a canvas.

He was an artist, an inventor, a philosopher; and his story is as interesting as his contributions to society were momentous.

Charlestown resident with Let's Move company.

Downsizing is probably the most difficult thing about moving—especially when moving from a large space to a smaller, more manageable one. The Tribune gathered three experts on downsizing together and asked them to share their expertise.

Zumba class

Spend a little time at a health club, a senior center, or a YMCA, and odds are it won’t be long before the infectious beat of up-tempo, highly danceable music fills the air. A few minutes later, you’ll hear whistles, enthusiastic shouts, and claps.