The US’s soaring population of adult adults has remained a major topic of focus for decades. As a result, Healthcare organizations, systems, and policymakers have implemented several changes to address this group’s expanding needs. Removing barriers to aging in place would allow millions more seniors to remain at home, leading to lower costs for individuals, families, health systems, and the federal government.
Aging In Place
Like any other type of long-term care, aging in place requires a significant amount of preparation and organizing. Of course, this is sometimes easier said than done since you can’t always anticipate unexpected medical events or health conditions. But for your parents to enjoy the full benefits that aging in place brings, your family must carefully plan for their current and future needs.
Are you considering in-home care for elderly parents but don’t know how to talk to them about it? Discussing long-term care isn’t easy, but these …
Daily living aids can help your loved one age in place safely while giving you peace of mind. These include various products designed to help seniors (or anyone) complete activities of daily living (ADLs) with safety, ease, and independence. Here are a few products to consider for your loved one’s home.