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Up to 41 percent of people in the United States shopping for a home plan to have an adult child or aging parent live in it. It includes an increase in multigenerational living that may consist of an “in-law” suite. What’s an In-Law Suite? An “in-law” suite can provide an elderly parent or another fa...

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Multigenerational families living in the same home are very common and growing in popularity. More than ever before, an aging mother or father, in-law, college grad, or even a grandchild is living in the same home for various reasons. It could be to save money or for health reasons, among others. Ga...

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During the holidays and winter months, you have a rare opportunity to help your aging parents. When you visit, you can survey their home to determine if it already meets the criteria for safely aging in place, the preferred method of living for the elderly.By gauging what it would take to transition...

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We’ve been discussing various topics about aging in place lately, like what kind of flooring is best as your body ages or what kind of kitchen renovations are most helpful for seniors. But one topic that’s sometimes overlooked in aging in place plans is the lighting and paint colors around your home...

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One key consideration for “aging in place” renovations and other remodel projects designed to enable independent living is the flooring. The right type of floors can help those with mobility concerns get around much more easily and confidently – and if a fall does happen, then softer, springier floo...

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If you are living in your forever home or the home you want to grow old in, aging in place is something that you need to know about. Unfortunately, many people do not think about aging in place until their home no longer works for them. Planning ahead of time and making the necessary changes can ens...

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A common option for aging in place is moving in with family – while still maintaining independence. How do you do this? Well, those with enough room may be able to renovate a basement or garage as separate living quarters. However, an increasingly popular option is a tiny home that can be installed...

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In our last few articles, we’ve discussed the popular option to “age in place,” which basically means choosing to live at home or with family in an independent living arrangement rather than going to a nursing home or similar facility. After putting years of work into their homes or being invested i...

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Aging in place can be a great solution for elderly parents or homeowners who have new health or safety needs, but how do you know if it’s right for your situation? Making these types of retirement or health decisions can be difficult and require a lot of thought about the different factors involved....

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Aging in place refers to living in your own home, on your own terms, as long as possible. It’s no surprise that this has become a popular option for homeowners across the country. The choice is also enabled by the growing numbers of technological solutions and renovation options that make aging in p...

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