Category: Making the Move

According to Caring.com’s annual “Usage and Attitudes Survey,” family caregivers are hesitant to discuss health care concerns with their loved ones. This includes topics like moving into a senior living community. Here are some more facts from the Caring.com survey: 46% of caregivers spend more than $5,000 out of pocket annually on medications, medical bills, …

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  Well, you’ve started researching retirement communities. There are a lot of things that need to be considered when you begin looking. So, where do you start? U.S. News posted an article about “13 Factors to Consider when Choosing a Place to Retire.” Let’s start there: 1. Make sure you can afford it. Look at …

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You’ve begun to ask yourself if it’s time to downsize. But moving into a retirement community is out of the question because you can still take care of yourself. You start looking at condos and townhomes. Before you make any final decisions, here are some important things to consider.   LeadingAge.com published an article touching …

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When turning to the internet for information on senior living options, hundreds of websites and links appear shortly after typing in your desired search. How do you choose the right link? Is all the information out there correct? This is the age of technology, and turning to the internet for facts, resources, and information, is …

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The summer weather brings a number of travel plans, as well as raises questions when it comes to finding the right care for your loved one while you are away. Find out how Meth-Wick Community can help de-stress your traveling plans this summer with the use of our on-campus Respite Care and Home and Health …

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When we think about moving, many emotions, questions, and thoughts arise. The thought of moving into a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) is no different. Some questions that you might have are: Is it the right time? Is it the right style of living? Am I making the right decision? All of these questions are …

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