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Does Medicare Pay for Assisted Senior Living?

Retirement Home vs. Nursing Home

An elderly couple playing chess in their retirement home.

Choosing where you’ll spend your retirement years is a personal decision that depends on several factors. Maybe you find that your current home is too big to upkeep on your own. Or perhaps you’d rather live in an area that’s closer to your grandchildren, so you can watch them grow up. Whatever the reason for… Read more

5 Myths About Senior Living Communities

Older couple smiling; senior living communities

Living life to its fullest potential, and to the best of your ability, is important at any age. But when you reach retirement age, your abilities change, your needs grow, and living an active lifestyle becomes much more challenging.  When this happens, people start to think about the prospect of senior living communities. And though there… Read more

Are 55+ Communities a Good Investment?

Older couple holding hands taking a walk in an outdoor garden

When you first started planning for retirement, how did you envision spending your retirement years? Maintenance-free? Stress free? Having more time to do the activities you enjoy or maybe trying new hobbies?  If retirement living isn’t “living” up to its fullest potential, whether that’s because you’re trying to maintain an older house, or certain activities… Read more

Worried about Moving to Senior Living?

Older woman with two younger children with a bowl of popcorn

For many seniors, the idea of moving into a retirement community conjures up negative emotions. Thoughts of cold, sterile environments, a disturbing lack of privacy, deep loneliness, fear of not being accepted or loss of independence may cause you to feel anxious or fearful. But these are all misconceptions of what modern senior living is… Read more

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