Home is where the heart is, but sometimes medical complications keep us away. Hospitals and other care facilities do their best, but there is no substitute for the comfort of home. Throughout this article, we will cover the topic of how to age in place. What is Aging in Place? The term refers to a
Age in Place
Because home is where you're most comfortable, many seniors look for ways age in place. What steps can you take to make your home safer and more accessible? With our Age in Place blog posts, you can learn more about safety and get checklists to make updates to your home. Read these posts to learn more.
Every year, older Americans experience almost 30 million falls, making them one of the leading causes of injury, disability and death. Every senior should take care to create a safe home environment that can help them avoid falls and maintain their independence. This is why we are covering fall prevention in this article. Fall Prevention
“Aging In Place” is a term that has been around for a while, but is taking on new meaning as the population of the United States ages and the baby boomers begin to retire. At its core, “aging in place” describes a person living in their residence of choice for as long as they are