Aging In Place connects seniors, families, and caretakers with the information and professional support they need to make the best decisions for their physical, emotional, and financial well being. Our resources and network of experts help ensure your home evolves to best accommodate your changing budget, mobility, and health.
For many families, one of the largest issues is coming up with the money to make sure everything can get handled in a dignified and stress-free way. Compare all of the options for burial insurance.
Nearly one in every six seniors in America faces the threat of hunger and not being properly nourished. The issue is severe enough that seniors face a healthcare bill of more than $130 billion every year due to medical issues stemming from senior hunger.
We explain the nuances of senior care, and how to find the proper support to fit your budget, insurance plan, and health needs.
Nearly 10% of older adults experience some form of abuse on a monthly basis, yet most occurrences go unreported. We dive into how you can identify, address, and prevent elder abuse.
It is important to understand the numerous Medicare and Social Security benefits available to you after you retire.
Slipping, tripping, and falling are very real risks of bathing and showering. A walk-in bathtub can help minimize these risks.
Thanks to advances in medical technology, people can expect to stay in their homes for far longer today than they used to.
Life Insurance is one of those things that we know we should have, but dread as a topic.
These tips for aging in place are fun and easy to learn.
Typically, the people who benefit most from stair lift rental services are people who do not plan to be living in their home for much longer and people who are suffering from a temporary injury.
No matter what kind of storage you currently have in your house, and how much of it you really use to its fullest potential, there are probably at least some changes you can and should make if you plan to age in place.
Modifying your garage is an often overlooked process for aging in place, but it ensures that it will stay useful as you get older.
Aging in place, also known as living in place, is the ability to live in your own home independently and safely, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Aging gracefully (and safely) at home is a viable choice that requires the implementation of a few basic and simple strategies to create long-lasting comfort and optimal functionality.
When our health becomes our predominant concern and an obstacle to living a quality independent life at home, it’s time to make some changes and get help with long-term care.
Even if you’re busy, caring for your parents can be easy and very fulfilling!