Aging in Place: Facts


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So, in a final review of aging at home, have Graham and Ethel “spent smart” to make the most of their money?

Aging in place is a wonderful idea, but if it is to be an effective, safe alternative, it is not free. And it is often more costly than what you would pay in a retirement community.

The key is for family members to discuss plans for retirement or long-term care well ahead of time. Having a practical and caring discussion early on is much better for everyone than having to make decisions in a hurry after a health crisis. As always, knowledge is power, so gather your information now to face the challenges of this wonderful chapter of life with confidence and success.








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