Aging in place is an attractive option for many seniors and retirees who value independence and living on their own. According to AARP, 90% of adults 65 and older would want to remain at home as they get older. But many factors can impact the safety and feasibility of remaining in those homes.
Before committing to aging in place, it is important to evaluate one’s individual needs as well as the safety of a home, to determine if it is the best fit for future living.
The three resources listed below provide important checklists for deciding if aging in place is the best option for seniors.