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According to a 2021 report, almost 90% of Americans want to age in place at home. But in a slightly older study from 2018, only 59% of adults 50 and older think they’ll be able to do it.
Why the discrepancy between “want to age in place” and “will be able to age in place”? And if you want to age in place, what do you need to do now to ensure you’ll be able to do it successfully in the future?
Older adults who want to age in place may be concerned about the overall costs:
In addition to making some of the home modifications we discussed earlier, here are five things you can do now to better prepare yourself for aging at home.
You may have your mind set. You’re aging in place, no matter what.
But what if you found a senior living community that offers independent living, along with a continuum of care, so you could still age in place with all the benefits a community provides?
As you research all your options, investigate a Retirement Center Management community. With 34 communities across Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and North Carolina, you may be surprised to find one close to you or near a family member. And you may be delighted to discover how much better your life can be when you become a resident.
Learn more about RCM and everything a senior living community can offer you, or contact us.
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