Use this post to help an aging population understand what it takes to “age in place” in their home. While the post mainly covers accessibility concerns, it also touches on the possible need to relocate if a home seems too unsuitable for an age-in-place strategy.
- Making Your Home “Age-in-Place” Friendly
- Is Your Home Prepared for your Retirement Years?
- Old Age & Your Home: Making it Safe
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Many people looking forward to their retirement years are perfectly happy to keep their current home. The real question to keep in mind is this: Is it safe? Check out this blog post on what you’ll want to check out if you’re looking forward to “aging in place.”
From the post:
“If you love your home and plan to live it in through your retirement years, you’ll want to be sure it’s safe for you as you face some of those little challenges aging presents. Assess your home and see if there are any changes you may need to make. Doing so will not only reduce the risk of injury, but it will also give your loved ones peace-of-mind, especially if you live alone.
Here’s what you’ll want to inspect as you consider aging in place…”
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