Know the Health Risks of Aging in Place—and the Alternatives

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Aging in place is when seniors live in their own homes as long as possible. Many seniors want to age in place, and in fact, an AARP survey has found that up to 80 percent of seniors want to age at home instead of in a long term care. It does sound nice, as long…

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Is a Continuum of Care Community Right for You?

Many active seniors want to live independently and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible. But the cost of maintaining a house, condo, or apartment may be crippling for some seniors. Association fees, lawn care, housekeeping, and cooking place a financial and physical burden on many seniors. Social isolation is also a…

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