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Posts tagged with “aging in place”

Aging in Place: Housing Options for Seniors (2 of 6)

Aging in place enables seniors live safely and comfortably in their own homes or other primary residences.

Housing Options for Seniors (1 of 6)

Mary Alexander from Home Instead, provides information about various housing options and how to choose the best one for your parents.

How to Care for Aging Parents

If you're one of the millions of baby boomers caring for aging parents, you know just how overwhelming it can be. Keep these helpful tips in mind to make it easier on both you and them.

Decreased Strength and Mobility a Sign That Seniors May Need Assistance

Decreased strength and mobility are unwanted signs of aging. But these issues don't have to cost an older adult his or her independence, or force a move from home. Help is available to ensure that seniors can be safe wherever they are in spite of their limitations.

Look-and-See Signs of Aging

The conditions of aging can leave seniors at risk in their own homes. Most older adults do want to age at home. That's why family caregivers should know the signs that their loved one might be needing help at home. The following checklist from the Home Instead® network reveals what family caregivers should look for when they are in a senior's home.

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