Not sure how to age-in-place? Does care continuum cause you confusion? These are important terms for you to understand in order to assess your senior retirement living options today and in the future.
Watch this two-minute video to learn more.
Aging-in-place typically occurs when an older adult continues to live in their home as they grow older, as opposed to moving into a congregate living setting, designed with seniors in mind, often with on-site care services.
Watch this two-minute video to learn about:
- Why aging-in-place may become financially prohibitive,
- Types of services you need to consider to successfully age-in-place, and
- How to describe the care continuum and its impact on senior housing decisions.
Learn about Care Continuum for Older Adults
- Where older adults access care services as they age, enabling them to undertake their activities of daily living.
- As you progress along the care continuum, care needs often evolve, increasing the type and amount of support needed to continue to live safely at home.
If you’re looking for assistance identifying a senior living option that fits your needs, contact us for a free one-hour consultation.