One of America’s largest newspapers reported this month on non-profit continuing care retirement communities and how “faith-based housing meets evolving needs.” The story ran in the March 13 print edition of the New York Times, and it focuses on the recent increase in occupancy and new development. The writer quotes John Kotovsky of Lutheran Senior Services, John Diffey of Kendal Corporation, Dan Reingold of Hebrew Home at Riverdale, Larry Minnix of LeadingAge and Dan Hermann of Ziegler.

Read an online version of this story on the New York Times website.