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Where You Live Matters

We help seniors find community – however they define it.

Our Story

Where You Live Matters was created to help people continue to live with purpose, stay connected and actively engage in life as they age. Community living offers all these things, helping seniors live with security, confidence and vitality.

Just the Facts. Unbiased. Uncomplicated.

Senior Living is evolving. Today’s communities offer enriching experiences and countless opportunities to be creative, to grow and learn, and to be fulfilled. Yet many misperceptions still exist. Where You Live Matters provides you with unbiased information from industry experts, providers, academics, physicians, caregivers, senior living residents and families so that you have the facts you need to make informed decisions about your future. We’ll help you find community, however, and wherever, you may define it.

For Community, Not Profit

Where You Live Matters was created by the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA), a non-profit advocacy organization for the senior living industry with over 7,000 member communities in the US. Where You Live Matters is the only unbiased, non-commercial source of education and support for older adults (and their families) who are looking to live their best lives as they age. Unlike other online resources, families don’t pay for our service – nor do communities. We are not financially incentivized to lead prospective residents to paying providers. Our work is fueled by our passion for helping seniors thrive and a belief that community life enhances life.

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Meet our Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board is a team of innovators, thought leaders and academics dedicated to advancing community and enhancing life for all seniors.

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ASHA Membership

ASHA’s members are both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations involved in the complete spectrum of housing and services – from active adult, independent living, assisted living, memory care and continuing care retirement communities (life plan communities). Members also include organizations that support the senior living industry, who partner with ASHA because they, too, believe that when it comes to meaningful living, where you live matters.