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Senior community centers are an excellent way to meet others with similar interest in your community.For those wary of the World Wide Web and those too shy to meet people in social settings — dating coaches, services and matchmakers are the way to go!So, get back into the swing of thins, find a single man or a single woman that is perfect for you and have some fun!It’s no secret that intimacy and relationships are the most important part of life.Whether it’s assisted living or independent living, being in close proximity and sharing activities, meals and lives together in these close-knit communities contributes to seniors’ happiness and overall quality of life.Read these stories of seniors who found love in assisted living and discover why love prospered in these unlikely places.There were more than 40 million Americans over 65 in 2011, according to the U. Administration on Aging, an 18% increase from 2000.

Generally senior centers offer a calendar of events and special celebrations during the holidays.For those who don’t have the option or simply don’t want to meet other singles through family and friends, here are the top five ways seniors are finding love in 2017 for those who are seeking friendship, intimacy or love: There’s one notable way in which the dating scene has changed since most seniors were last dating — the Internet.According to a 2013 study by the Pew Research Center, 11% of American adults — and 38% of those who were single and looking for a partner — said they used mobile dating apps or online dating sites.Judith Gottesman, a geriatric social worker turned matchmaker who works with Jewish singles comments, “A surprising number of older people don’t use computers at all, and many who do aren’t comfortable using them for dating sites.Dating coaches and matchmakers seems to make sense and break the barrier for many seniors.” About 90% of the estimated 3,000 matchmakers in the United States will work with seniors, though not necessarily exclusively, said Lisa Clampitt, co-founder of the Matchmaking Institute, which trains professional matchmakers.

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