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.
Senior life insurance helps bring peace of mind, and it doesn’t have to be costly either.
There are specific illnesses and disorders that either overwhelmingly affect women more than men or that can only affect women for biological reasons.
The use of these wonderful technological inventions is, however, not limited to house interiors. They can also be installed in home exteriors.
As mobile technology advances, people are finding ways to develop new technology gadgets that help solve a problem or that eases human efforts. People are constantly amazed by the new technology gadgets and their designs. These new products appear to advance the problem-solving techniques of old products.
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.
The Senior Accessible Housing Act would provide a tax credit for seniors completing home modifications.
Managing medication can be difficult, but with a little research and care, the process can be streamlined and made easier for both the elderly and their loved ones.
Mobile health, sometimes referred to as “mHealth” or “telehealth,” involves using some type of mobile or wireless device to tend to your healthcare needs.
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