Independent living communities come in a variety of sizes, shapes and price points. See how these five innovative and slightly unusual options cater to the specific needs and interests of aging adults.
Deciding what type of long-term care an aging loved one needs is far more complex when dementia is a factor. Learn about how their condition will progress and the spectrum of residential care options that are available to help guide your decision.
As people age, they often consider simplifying their living arrangements. Seniors who are still physically and mentally capable of living independently and enjoy the companionship of their peers should consider moving to an independent living community.
As a senior’s needs change over time, so will their housing options. Understand the role independent living, assisted living, and nursing homes play in addressing an aging loved one's needs and preferences.