Retirement Atlas announces the launch of its website for researching senior living communities

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Retirement Atlas brings modern data science and robust search tools to an industry dominated by outdated digital yellow pages.

Making a move to senior living can be the most complex, stressful, and expensive decision of a lifetime. Seniors and their families are often left scrambling for answers to fundamental questions:

  • Will my loved one be safe and well cared for?
  • What happens if I outlive my money?
  • What are we going to do with the dog?

That’s why Retirement Atlas built a platform that combines more than a dozen datasets, from Medicare, the Department of Human Services, and more, with easy to use search tools focused on answering these critical questions. They know which communities will let you bring the dog.

Right now, the website covers communities in the state of Pennsylvania. That includes 200+ Continuing Care Communities, 1,000+ Personal Care Homes and Assisted Living Communities, and 500+ Skilled Nursing Facilities.

The all female founding team behind Retirement Atlas spent years in the college search space at, helping millions of high school students find the right college fit. They believe seniors and their families deserve similar access to robust reliable data about the quality of their options.

From Co-Founder/ CEO Jennie Johnson “Choosing the right senior living community matters. The best staffed personal care homes in our data spend an average of 5 hours a day with each resident, and the worst just 41 minutes. Overwhelmingly, seniors and their families don’t know what to look for when evaluating their senior options, because most people are completely unfamiliar with the market until they need it. We believe it is our responsibility to help guide families through the search process not only by presenting the data we’ve collected, but also by highlighting what’s important.”

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