Most of us purchase life insurance for one of two reasons: to protect loved ones financially from unexpected death, or as a cash-value investment to pay for future needs, such as long-term care or assisted living.
When the time comes, most people prefer to pass away at home or on a life plan community campus, rather than an acute care hospital or assisted living.
Making early retirement decisions helps us proactively create the life we want, rather than living choices made by default. Everyone hopes to live a life that ends with few or no regrets.
AARP suggests that 90 percent of seniors would prefer to age in place in their own homes, but may be overlooking a vital part of successfully aging in place: home safety modifications.
Ninety percent of seniors prefer to remain in their own homes during their golden years; however, the reality is that successful independent living requires certain skills.
Comparing CCRC options for ala carte, tiered, all-inclusive and Life Care communities Understanding options in the continuing care retirement community (CCRC) market can be enough to make your head spin.
Life Care communities come with an entrance fee that reflects the cost of homeownership in the area, so it’s not uncommon for prospective members to take their time deciding to join.
During retirement, socializing might not be enough to grow your circle of friends.
Arizona’s best retirement communities share a lifestyle choice in common with those who live longest… and it’s probably not what you’re thinking.
As a company focused on independent living for older adults, and building optimal health and wellness, we keep a close eye on useful technology that can help. A home assistant device using WiFi or Bluetooth is one of them.