Featured Guides

How To Select Medicare & Social Security

It is important to understand the numerous Medicare and Social Security benefits available to you after you retire.

Guide To Recognizing Elder Abuse

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.

Financial Resources

Seniors and Pets

Are you wondering how you are going to care for your pet as you age in place? 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.

Is A Reverse Mortgage Right For You?

If you plan on remaining in your home after retirement, reverse mortgages are another financial resource you may wish to become familiar with. Essentially, a reverse mortgage is a line of home equity…

How To Select A Long Term Care Insurance Plan

Long-term care insurance is a type of coverage that is intended to cover eligible personal and custodial care expenses that can help you remain happy and healthy in the comfort of your own home.

In-Home Senior Care

How To Know Which Home Nursing Services Suit You Best

As senior citizens age gracefully throughout their golden years, there inevitably comes a time when the consideration of opting for a home nursing service becomes increasingly imminent for health care instead of in-home care.

Why Many Caring Senior Services Fail

Patient safety and long-term care within the at-home senior care services sector is one of the most critically important issues of concern to both seniors and their families.

All About Home Health Care Services

Home health care services are an optimal alternative to residing within nursing care facilities and potentially experiencing discomfort through isolation and unfamiliar surroundings.

Winning Tactics For Planning Home Care Services

Home health care, as it is defined today, is a range of in-home services provided to patients experiencing illness or injury, while enabling clients to regain or maintain a modicum of independence.

Caring for an Alzheimer’s Family Member

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.

Tips For Hiring A Bath Nurse

One of the “activities of daily living” that can be difficult for aging in place seniors is bathing. Many homes have bathtubs with high sides that are difficult for seniors with reduced mobility to step in and out of. Water and soap…

Home Remodeling

Stairlifts: A Comprehensive Guide

Typically, the people who benefit most from stair lift rental services are people who do not plan to be living in their home for much longer and people who are suffering from a temporary injury.

Closets and Storage Updates

No matter what kind of storage you currently have in your house, and how much of it you really use to its fullest potential, there are probably at least some changes you can and should make if you plan to age in place.

Making Your Entryway Safer

Aging in place, also known as living in place, is the ability to live in your own home independently and safely, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

What To Do When You Redo Your Bathroom

Remodeling a bathroom for someone who is aging in place is very different than one based on aesthetics or home value. If you or a loved one are remodeling with an eye toward future needs, there are some important considerations.

Mobility and Transportation Resources

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