Until recently, the idea of living in your parents' basement might have been viewed with some derision. Now, more families here have been stacking two, three — or even four generations — under one roof. We take a close look at the growth of multi-generational living in Kansas City.
- Lindsay Baker, UMKC's Consortium for Aging in Community
- Ann Brandau-Murguia, City Commissioner for the Argentine neighborhood
- Lois Richey, local resident who lives in a multi-generational home with her son and grandchildren
- Emily Bordner, local resident who moved back in with her mom