Housing Articles

Technology helps older adults stay in own homes
July 11, 2007
The future is here. An ever-expanding array of products - from simple blood-pressure monitors to “smart home” sensors that can remind you to turn off the tap - are making it possible for older adults to remain safely in their homes.
Making sense out of living options for seniors
Life after retirement can be fun, active and fulfilling - but it can also be challenging when it comes to making choices about where to live.
In-home care lends a helping hand
As people grow older, they face an often dizzying array of options for managing their health and well-being. Fortunately, taking care of everything by oneself at home or moving to a nursing facility are not the only choices. In-home services are a very good option for many older adults who need a little extra help but are still able to live comfortably and safely in their own homes.
Live safely in your own home
As people age, they prefer to continue living independently in their own homes. Balancing this desire with the everyday difficulties of growing older can often be challenging.