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Aging in Place

Aging in Place: Articles and Resources

Many aging adults understandably prefer to remain in their own home, or to “age in place,” yet sometimes health or mobility complications exist that make certain tasks difficult. For those seniors wishing to “age in place,” there are a number of ways to adapt a senior’s home to make daily tasks like bathing, opening doors, and ascending staircases safe and easy.

Below is a collection of articles and resources created by Comfort Keepers to provide information about Aging in Place and related topics.

Universal Home Design for Senior Independence

Vaccines for Healthy Aging

One of the most important choices seniors can make to promote healthy aging is to vaccinate themselves against illnesses and diseases that can be detrimental to their health and sometimes even fatal.

Ways for Seniors to Remain Socially Connected

There are many fun, low cost, and even some free group activities seniors can enjoy for every season. Here are a few ideas for healthy ways to continue social interaction well into one's later years.

Wellness through Creative Expression

Illness, loss of mobility, or limited physical abilities resulting from aging can be a source of stress for senior adults. Individuals who had once had full control over their lives suddenly find that they need the help of medical professionals and caregivers. Stress can be heightened during and after a hospital stay, and this can increase the person’s risk of being readmitted to the hospital. As medical professionals seek solutions to improving patients’ outcomes, many are turning to complement

When Driving Is No Longer Safe

How can you tell when the time has come for someone to stop driving? It isn't always immediately obvious when your senior loved one has reached the point where it's time to give up the car keys.

Wide Range of Elder Care Services Make Home the Place to Grow Older

Elder care is a practical alternative to assisted living, among other types of residential elder care, allowing your loved one to live happily, safely and independently at home.

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