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.
Senior housing today is NOT your grandmother’s Victorian nursing home. Design winners from 2016 show off modern architecture and resort-style amenities.
Concerned about a raise in rent? Rent is on the rise, so check out this handy guide to decoding your possibly impending rent increase.
Maybe you’re an older adult looking for an easier lifestyle. Or perhaps you’re the child or caregiver of a senior who could use a little […]
Assisted living facilities and nursing homes are two options on the spectrum of senior housing and senior care. But what are the differences? Think of […]
According to the Census Bureau, the number of U.S. residents over age 65 will increase to 98.2 million by 2050. Given that 68% of these […]
Today’s seniors have many options when it comes to where and how to live. Two of the most common senior housing options are assisted living […]
If you have Medicaid, it may be available to pay for some long-term care costs for those living in assisted living facilities.
As baby boomers reach retirement age, many start to reconsider where they live. Married couples with empty nests or singletons looking to regain their social […]