To help you meet the challenges of aging, the VA offers a wide variety of benefits and services.
If you are a veteran, or are helping someone who is, there are a wide variety of benefits and service available to you
A reverse mortgage can help you remain in your own home. A reverse mortgage for purchase, however, can help you buy a new home and put money in your pocket.
A reverse mortgage or home equity line of credit can help you remain in your home by ensuring regular monthly payments or cash as you need it.
By 2020, there will be some 55 million people over age 65 in the United States. And, according to AARP, the vast majority, some 87% plan to remain in their own homes indefinitely to “age in place.”
While home health and retirement communities are possibilities, they may not be wanted by a parent or even affordable. Fortunately, there are other options available as you both journey along the gray mile together . . .
Your parents may love their home and wish to remain there to age-in-place. There are ways you can help them do that as you both journey along the gray mile.
The risks of living alone get greater as we get older. However, there are two important things you can do to reduce or even eliminate them . . .
Whether you hire a home care worker from an agency or independently, you’ll want to ensure you ask the right questions to make the best selection.
Finding the right non-medical home care agency can be challenging. However, as you journey along the gray mile, you can make the right decisions by asking the right questions.