Who doesn’t want to stay in their home as long as possible? All of our memories and things are in our homes. As a senior family member gets older, do they need to downsize their living situation? Or can they, with careful preparation, continue to live in their homes and communities safely, independently and comfortably – in other words, “age in place”?
In this third of an eight-book series on downsizing, Senior Moves managers Judy and Doug Robinson explore the issues that can impact remaining in one’s home.
They examine home improvements and modifications to assist seniors who wish to stay put, services that help seniors remain independent, and how adult children can support parents who wish to keep their homes.
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Read the latest review from Amazon: “Very useful for aging parents and children of aging parents alike. Very comprehensive. A must read for anyone considering their options and adult children trying to help their parents.” – Mike
Still not sure if downsizing is right for you or a loved one? Contact Judy and Doug for a consultation before you decide which is the right move for you.