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Finding Your Faith: Senior Housing and Religion

Finding Your Faith: Senior Housing and Religion

For many seniors, their faith has been an important part of their life for decades. Others look to reconnect to it later in life, as they begin to contemplate all of life’s transitions and what lies beyond....

Relocating for Retirement? 3 Tips for a Stress-Free Move

Relocating for Retirement? 3 Tips for a Stress-Free Move

For many retirees today, the first order of business after retiring is moving to a more forgiving climate or moving closer to children and grandchildren....

 How to Lower Your Risk of Falling at Home

How to Lower Your Risk of Falling at Home

My elderly mother lives alone, but despite her age, she is one of the healthiest, feistiest people I know. However, that doesn’t keep me from worrying about her living by herself....

What Is a Reverse Mortgage - And Is It a Good Idea?

What Is a Reverse Mortgage - And Is It a Good Idea?

A reverse mortgage is a type of loan where the bank makes available the value of the home’s equity. The homeowner can withdraw the principal of the mortgage in a lump sum, in monthly payments, as a revolving line of credit, or in a combination of these options....

Mom or Dad Moving In? How to Deal With a Multi-Generational Household

Mom or Dad Moving In? How to Deal With a Multi-Generational Household

More and more older Americans are moving back in with their kids—and their grandkids. Approximately 49 million Americans, or about 16% of the total population, live in a household with two adult generations as of 2008, according to the Pew Research Center....

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