94% of seniors want to age in place but many aren’t sure what that looks like or how to remain in the homes they have lived in for their entire lives. Regardless of whether a senior chooses to stay in their current home or relocate to a new one, ageing in place remains a top request to maintain the freedom and independence that comes from defining what “home” means to them. If you’re looking into how to remain in your home as you age, there are certain things you’ll want to consider first. Check out the IA Checklist, which covers everything an accessible home will need so that you can comfortably age in place. Read the full article here.
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