Most seniors want to grow old in their own home, but what if that home doesn’t meet their needs as they age?
Sometimes a home place can be adapted, but in other cases moving may be a better option.
“We know how important it is for older adults to feel a sense of independence as they age,” Lan Berry, owner of the Home Instead Senior Care in Dothan, said in a news release.
For many, that means staying in the same home where they raised children and created a lifetime of memories.
“But, now we also see a growing number of seniors who are choosing a new home to live in as they age,” Berry said. “One that is better suited to their wish to remain independent. Whatever their wishes, we want to provide the resources to help with that decision and to help them make a plan.” Read the full article here.