Multi-generational households have been on the rise since the 1980s. There are a number of contributing factors: people getting married later, job loss, home foreclosures, shifting demographics. But are there new factors — especially ones that go beyond DNA — that are driving this change? Watch Antimina Garmley and Anna Novak talk about why they established this new kind of multi-generational household and how it’s working out for them.
Seniors share a home and find companionship, caregiving and financial security.