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Buying A Home Elevator


Are you planning on “aging in place”? Aging in place refers to those seniors that elect to enjoy the independence and security that comes from living in their own homes as long as they are able. If that sounds like you, you’re not alone; according to AARP, 87 percent of seniors are now doing just […]

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Home Safety Tips for Seniors


Did you know according to the National Council on Aging, an older American is treated in an emergency ward once every 11 seconds because of a fall? The good news is – for seniors who enjoy the independence that comes from aging in place and living in their own homes – the risk of falling […]

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How Much Does a Home Elevator Cost?


The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has determined that each year at least one-in-four Seniors will experience a fall and that frequently those falls have life-changing outcomes. For instance, one-in-five of those falls results in a head injury or a broken bone. This may help explain the growing popularity of residential elevators. Increasingly, Seniors are […]

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Installing an Elevator in Your Home


Home elevators used to be a rarity – an extravagance reserved for only the very wealthy. Why? Not only were traditional elevators expensive, but home elevator installation often required adding a mechanical room, a new breaker box and possibly rewiring an entire home. In other words, installing an elevator in your home was a massive […]

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How Seniors Can Benefit From Cutting Edge Technology

Many seniors are embracing technology like never before. Health professionals have noted how technology helps reduce depression and improve cognitive brain function among middle-aged and older adults. Seniors tend to embrace technology once they connect the dots and see how it improves their quality of life. Tablets and iPads Tablets and iPads have made it […]

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Tips for Overcoming the Rising Costs of Senior Living

Senior Couple Calculating Living Costs

There are many factors to consider when planning for retirement. The rising cost of senior living is causing many people to take a second look at their retirement portfolio. Inflation at the gas pump and the grocery store is making people realize they may not have enough money for retirement. Median Pricing The cost of […]

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The Four Reasons Why Seniors Fall

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, falls are the leading cause of accidental death in people over the age of 65. The CDC says you have a 1 in 3 chance of falling if you are over the age of 65. Older people who look completely healthy can fall too. When you reach […]

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The Five Signs Your Aging Parents Need Help At Home

Many adult children miss the subtle hints that mom and dad might need help at home. Parents tend to hide their difficulties from their children because they want to live independently. Children don’t like to think about their parents getting old. It often takes a major health event like cancer, a heart attack, or a […]

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Emergency Preparedness for People with Mobility Issues

When a disaster strikes, it can present a host of problems but when you’re faced with mobility challenges, it can be a nightmare. Understanding what your options are before a disaster strikes can make a difference in helping you to plan, prepare and receive the help and assistance you need instead of risking injury or […]

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