Many people are reaching the point in their lives when they need to decide where they want to live when they retire. If you’re a homeowner approaching this stage, you have several options to explore. Jessica Lautz, Deputy Chief Economist and Vice President of Research at the National Association of Realtors (NAR), says: “As we see the transitionContinue reading “A Smaller Home Could Be Your Best Option”
Category Archives: Seniors
Moving Tips for Seniors As They Transition to Assisted Living
By Lori Thomas, VP of Marketing / Chief Editor at Senior Advice There are millions of seniors today who make the choice to transition to assisted living. This can be a hard decision but one that ultimately pays off for many seniors. While the idea of moving to a new place can be stressful for some seniors,Continue reading “Moving Tips for Seniors As They Transition to Assisted Living”
Our 5-Step Senior Transition Program
The Senior Transition can be difficult, challenging, and time-consuming. Our 5 Step Senior Transition Program works to make this process easier on the entire family. Be sure to check out our Trusted Vendor List as well for things you may want to do prior to starting the process Step 1: Initial Consultation Robin McCoy &Continue reading “Our 5-Step Senior Transition Program”
Aging in Place; 5 Things to do to Retire at Home
As we get older we start thinking about where we are going to live out our retirement. Will we move to the beach or the mountain? Possibly move in, or near, our children? Some of the Senior Living Communities are pretty nice!
Keys to Successful Family Meetings
When it comes to caring for our older adults there can be many people involved as there are items to discuss.
Helping Your Senior Loved Ones Prepare to Move
Helping a parent move can be very stressful for everyone. Next to the death of a spouse, moving ranks as one of the highest sources of anxiety among Seniors.
Evaluating Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities
Fortunately communities in Texas can be both. When selecting an assisted living facility it is always important to understand the type of licensing that the facility has.