It’s never too early to think about how and where you want to live when you’re older.
You want to pick a place that best suits your situation. If you’re staying in your own home, you may need to make modifications. If you plan on moving somewhere else, be sure and visit the place to get a sense of the staff, other residents and quality of care before committing.
This type of living can get very expensive very quickly, so see how much Medicare/Medicaid with pitch in if you don’t have the means. If you’re younger and want to give older you a gift look into Long-Term Care Insurance.
For those who’d like to continue to live at home but need help with activities of daily living, such as cooking, cleaning, bathing, and managing medications. [Dig Deeper: In-Home Health Care]
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