According to new data coming out of USC, the desire to move after age 55 basically flat-lines, having peaked in the early 20s, but nobody needed a study to make that kind of assertion. Most boomers have been living in their homes for 20+ years, and ageing in place needs to be featured as a more dominant consideration as we age. The impact of simple modifications can be the difference between comfortably remaining in your home with a robust sense of independence, or depending wholly on outside services or assisted living facilities. Read the full article here.
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