Nearly 93% of older adults want to age in place, based on a study by the U.S. News & World Report. “Aging in place” is defined as the ability to live in your own home safely, independently, and comfortably. People often want to stay in their current residence because it’s where they feel the most at ease.
Senior independent living communities vary in the amenities, services, and socialization opportunities they offer, so you’ll want to do your research before choosing where to spend your golden years. To help you find an independent living community that is a good fit, we’ll review some important community features and questions to ask when evaluating them.
Deciding what to bring or leave behind when moving to an assisted living community can be daunting. These tips can help make the process smoother.
How to Choose the Right Short-Term Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility After a Hospital Stay
Learn about your choices in post-hospital care, and determine what is necessary for you or a loved one to truly recover before going home.
Moving a loved one into assisted living is a transition like no other. Preparing ahead of time will help everyone to relax and adjust faster.