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When it’s time to think about an ideal home for yourself or an older loved one, what seems most appealing? While nearly 90% of people 65 and older surveyed by AARP® said they would like to “age in place” at home, many find remaining at home can be both physically impractical and socially isolating over time.
Senior living communities are popular solutions – and more often than not have a positive impact on overall health and well-being.
So where do you start?
We know that when it comes to senior living, there’s a lot to learn. It can seem overwhelming. There are other inevitable questions:
- How do I know when the time is right
- Will I like living in a community?
- Can I afford assisted living or memory care?
- How do I talk to aging parents about moving?
- How does the planning start?
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We’ve compiled some helpful links and articles to get you started on your journey.
The transition from home to a memory care community can be challenging - not only for the new resident but also for family and friends. Although some individuals adjust very quickly, getting truly comfortable takes time - perhaps weeks or even months. During the first...
To simplify your move to one of our communities, we offer a number of financial resources. Whether you need time to sell a home for the best possible price, are waiting for Veterans benefits to arrive, or simply prefer the convenience and flexibility of smaller...
Resources you might find helpful: Argentum – www.argentum.org Alzheimer’s Association® – www.alz.org The American Association of Retired Persons – www.aarp.org The American Senior Housing Association’s Where You Live Matters – www.whereyoulivematters.org National...
What to look for when choosing a senior living community … Today’s seniors have more lifestyle choices than any other generation in history! When choosing the senior living lifestyle that’s best for a loved one, there are many factors to consider, including present...