The next generation of Golden Girls
December 4, 2015
More baby boomers are looking to age in place, and the answer for many is sharing their home
Many adults ages 50 to 64 live by themselves, according to AARP — a situation experts say is harmful to both their health and their finances. But as more adults look to age in place, some are turning to sharing their home. In this America Tonight excerpt, Adam May talks to two women who started online matching services for baby boomers seeking roommates and say it’s an idea that will catch on with more Americans as they grow older.