When you reach a certain age, visions of the “senior life” come more clearly into focus. You may be planning retirement, downsizing your living arrangement or contemplating more time with your children and grandchildren. But do you also have visions of elder care for your own parents? Increasingly, given demographic trends in our country, seniors are taking care of their ownaging parents, a trend that Professor Kathrin Boerner of UMass calls “aging together.” And for some, that means moving closer to those parents, perhaps even joining them in a senior living environment. Kaiser Health News writer Sharon Jayson recently profiled this phenomenon of “boomerang seniors,” who find comfort, and companionship, living close to their very senior parents. Find out more about this newly emerging trend Here.