My wife (61) and I (72) are looking for an apartment to move in. Any recommendations? - AgingCare.com

My wife (61) and I (72) are looking for an apartment to move in. Any recommendations?

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July 2014 from Austin to Dallas,Texas Kim (72) and my wife (61) need to move to Dallas and looking for an apartment supported by government since we have no income except social security. We need to move to Dallas by the end of July 2014.

Koo Kim was a school teacher as a part time. There is no payment from government except social security. My wife is a U.S. citizen. I am a permanent resident. Thank you

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Hey!! My uncle is residing in retirement home in Ottawa. They provide a wide range of services to their residents. They help older persons who have minor problems with mobility and activities of daily living.
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My mom lived at Plaza at Chase Oaks in Plano. HUD subsidized and rent was less than $800 a month. Very nice place. Also check out Evergreen. My in-laws love there. Also nice and same thing HUD. good luck
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Do some research on the internet and/or contact the local senior center in Dallas and find out what your options are. Do your homework first having all your financial info ready such as everyone's income, pension, social security, investments, resulting money fro sale of Austin home, etc.

There are many apts or senior living options that are available and senior center in the locale you are looking can help you narrow it down. Then write or call these places to send you information to review. Narrow to 3-4 places and then take a few days to go to Dallas and visit them and see what is available to meet your timeline. Keep in mind that some senior living places or rent subsidized units could have a waiting list so get your search started ASAP.
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