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Choosing an Independent Living Apartment Community

Posted: March 23, 2020

Deciding whether or not to move from your current home to an independent living apartment community is a big decision. The key to making the right one depends largely on when you make it. Concerned about the costs? Consider the items included in this document.  You may find that the costs of staying in your home can […]

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Deciding to Move: The Financial, Social and Lifestyle Benefits

Posted: February 23, 2017

It’s a very common misconception. Many people our parents’ age believe that moving into a retirement community is either too expensive, that it won’t suit their lifestyle, or both. As a result, few people explore their options and many make a decision only after a need arises. When that happens, they often make a move […]

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The “Right” Retirement Community: Questions and Considerations to Make the Right Choice

Posted: February 9, 2017

Your parents have made a big decision. They’re ready to sell their home and move into a retirement community. As they are exploring their options, they’ve probably talked with friends and family, researched communities online and may have visited a few in person. You may have even had a chance to help them assess which […]

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Talking to your parents about a retirement community.

Posted: January 20, 2017

Many years ago, your Mom or Dad may have felt a bit anxious about giving you “the talk.” You know, that discomforting discussion about entering a new phase of your life complicated by the physical and emotional changes of young adulthood…with all their potential for personal progress or pitfalls. These days, it may be you […]

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Should they stay or should they go?

Posted: January 5, 2017

When is the right time for your parents to consider moving to an independent retirement community? The good news: your parents are living longer! In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 20 to 25% of our adult life will be spent in “active” retirement. And more good news is that thanks to the healthy […]

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