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Book review: Unassisted Living

Architect Wid Chapman and xxx Jeffrey P. Rosenfeld have compiled the work of 33 architects into a refutation of the idea that aging and aging in place mean living in an institutional setting, or a house that no longer meets one's needs.

As 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 each day, the nation's largest demographic is once again changing the way society lives, works -- and ages. And, as the authors quote workplace flexibility coach Cali Williams Yost, who says he tells his boomer clients: ' "You have to understand that this is not going to be your parents' retirement'," the 33 homes showcased in "Unassisted Living: Ageless Homes for Later Life" proves that boomers will not be living in their parents' retirement homes, either.