Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) often have a challenge with potential residents who would like their adult child with disabilities to move in with them so that they can provide for their care while the CCRC provides for housekeeping, meals, etc. It's not that the communities are heartless to their pleas. It's the economics and … Continue reading Matthew and the CCRC.
A highly respected and well-loved pharmacist in the town, Mr. Schultz had served his community for many years. After his retirement, however, he and his wife moved into our retirement community because he had developed dementia . . .
To help you meet the challenges of aging, the VA offers a wide variety of benefits and services.
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.”
A resident of our assisted living community, he dressed in Hawaiian shirts every day, so they were immediately visible . . .
There are a number of different options for care as your loved one. A Continuing Care Retirement Community offers the most options in one place . . .
There is a truism within the senior living industry that independent living has become assisted living and assisted living has become nursing. Where once they may have had clear, separate identities, any division between them is now clearly quite gray . . .
In time, America’s aging seniors will all require care of some form. The paramount question for them and their families will be where and how?