Most Americans settle in a home, envisioning a permanent life refuge. Achieving this vision of aging in place, though, means preparing the home now to anticipate future needs. Doing so successfully can allow older adults to remain independent, autonomous and in charge of their home security as they age. As many as 94% of today’s […]
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Moving away from home and into a care facility can be a jarring experience for seniors. While moving to an assisted living facility or a nursing home is sometimes the only option, studies* have found that these moves can have a damaging effect on the emotional, mental, and physical well-being of seniors. What Seniors Miss Most […]
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Have you seen this term in the news lately? What is “Aging in Place?” As our baby boomer population ages, this new term has become popular as boomers are choosing to stay in their private homes rather than moving to assisted living. Perhaps it should be called “living in place.” Regardless, Aging in Place is birthing new businesses as our population ages. […]