The Top 3 Solutions To Help Aging Residents In Your Community

According to the AARP, 87 percent of adults who are 65 and older would choose to age in their current home or community. This new trend is called aging in place, and it can have its benefits like avoiding high costs of senior living communities, the potential pain of moving, and being able to age in a comfortable environment.  When an individual decides to age in place, they’re choosing to age in a home where they’re surrounded by memories and familiarity. This means that your community will see an increase of senior homeowners.    Read the article…………….

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