It's almost Independence Day…but as we grow older, and as the need for assistance increases with age, independence again becomes a questionable commodity.
Life can seem like one long stepping stone towards graduation: Fortunately, for elders who want to remain in their own homes as long as possible another kind of graduation exists, thanks to the reverse mortgage. It's a rite of passage that is often overlooked; the decision to age in place….
[ad#CCCS] Understanding Unexpected Later Life Shifts It’s one thing to talk about aging looking forward; quite another to view it from within that mature skin. In How Did I Get to Be 70 When I’m 35 Inside? 70-year-old Linda Douty offers a delightful “new paradigm” roadmap for conscious aging, focusing
The process of aging makes one more vulnerable when it comes to trust While it’s true that people don’t change dramatically just because they grow older (see Marketing to the Mature Homeowner/Part 1), there is one area in which aging makes us more vulnerable: trust. As people age and watch
In the Leave It to Beaver and My Three Sons era, grandmas wore aprons, baked mouth-watering cookies, and indulged their grandchildren in ways mom and dad would not. Grandpa might have been a bit gruff, but his grandchildren knew his arthritis was acting up, and he loved them even if
How Reverse Mortgages Can Help Seniors Age In Place, Part 3 Each year, more than 22,000 agencies nationwide provide home care services to over two million people, and as the population ages, these numbers will continue to grow. Like the senior described in How Reverse Mortgages Can Help Seniors Age