Moving into senior assisted living doesn’t have to mean giving up your car. But realize that there may be limitations or extras costs.
Activities of Daily Living are basic tasks people learn and do every day. When these activities become more difficult, it may be time to look into assisted living.
Some assisted living expenses may be tax deductible, depending on the type of care received and the amount of medical and long-term care expenses incurred.
Concerned about a raise in rent? Rent is on the rise, so check out this handy guide to decoding your possibly impending rent increase.
Where are seniors most satisfied? A Gallup-Healthways survey ranked the 50 states. Surprisingly, warm-weather states don’t dominate the Top 10.
If you have Medicaid, it may be available to pay for some long-term care costs for those living in assisted living facilities.
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Home safety for seniors is a concern, whether that home is a private house or a senior apartment. How do senior living facilities keep their residents safe?