Find helpful information for seniors about independent living and more. Use our senior living guides to help you make smart decisions about your future, as well as learning about the choices available to you or your loved ones.
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Baby Boomers began hitting age 65 in 2011, which means over 76 million people have officially entered their retirement years. At the same time the Boomers are retiring, the average life expectancy is also gradually increasing…Read More
As an older adult plans for the future, it’s not uncommon to feel overwhelmed or confused about the wide variety of senior living options you need to consider. Whether you’re looking for an active, independent lifestyle with a variety of exciting social opportunities…Read More
Living at home alone during the winter also means many seniors become socially isolated, as getting around outside can become too treacherous to attempt. Isolation easily leads to loneliness and depression…Read More
It’s estimated that over 79 million households in the United States own a pet of some sort. It’s true that pet ownership brings joy to those of all ages; a wagging tail greeting you after a long day makes you feel needed and loved, and stroking some soft fur as you settle in for the evening has…Read More
Today’s modern senior living communities offer an active, vibrant lifestyle with a wide variety of services and amenities to keep residents happy, healthy and improve their overall quality of life. These communities are a far cry from the institutionalized “nursing home” of the past, with its…Read More
A living will, also known as an advance directive or health care directive, is a legal document specifying your wishes regarding end-of-life care in the event you become incapacitated in some way…Read More
If you and your spouse are currently still healthy, active and enjoying all that life has to offer in your retirement years, there’s no time like the present to start thinking about your future together…Read More
When seniors are still able-bodied, healthy and active, and require very little assistance with daily tasks, it may seem like there’s no reason to consider moving from a home they’ve lived in for most of their lives…Read More
After you’ve made the decision to downsize your home and simplify your life by moving into a senior living community, it’s time to start preparing for your moving day. Moving can be a stressful time for anyone, but keeping organized throughout the process will allow you to…Read More