Retirement, independent living, and continuing care communities house thousands of seniors and older adults. But this option doesn’t suit everyone – many people do not have the desire or financial flexibility to uproot and leave their homes. That’s where we come in.
More and more seniors are living longer and choosing to age at home instead of a nursing home or assisted living facility. AgingInPlace.org can help you navigate the sometimes-confusing aspects of preparing your home, your bank account, your body, and your mind for aging in place.
Since in-home health care options can be expensive when not covered by long-term care insurance, it’s important to choose the right services.
If you have served in the military during wartime, there are numerous education programs, career resources, and home loans available to you.
It is important to understand the numerous Medicare and Social Security benefits available to you after you retire.
Having a pet can improve your Aging In Place experience. Are you wondering if you should adopt a pet as you age in place? This guide will help you decide on the best choice for you.
We cover some of the many mobility options and opportunities that help seniors maintain their independence.
You do a lot of living in the bedroom: you spend your sleeping hours there, and you will very likely spend much of your waking time there getting ready for the day and the day’s end. To age in place successfully, you need to plan ahead for a safe, comfortable bedroom as you would for any room in your house.
It can be stressful to provide Alzheimer’s care and dementia care when patients stay at home as the disease progresses, but there are many strategies and resources that can help.
Take advantage of your age and experience to expand your possibilities. AARP is more than just discounts and lobbying for senior citizens.
The official government site for Medicare. Information on Medicare, including comparisons of medicare and medigap plans.
The Dept. of Housing and Urban Development oversees low-income housing assistance, fair housing laws, aid for distressed neighborhoods, and more.
The official website of the U.S. Social Security Administration. Sign up and manage benefits, estimate your retirement, and more.