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In redefining the familiar model of traditional seniorsā€™ communities, Tapestry Retirement...
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The Arbors at Oak Park Place offers 81 luxury 55+ senior apartment homes which is the anchor of Oak...
Set on four acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with a courtyard, gazebo, lovely gardens and...
The Citadel is the East Valley's premier full-service senior community! Firmly established as one...
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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....
If you’re about to turn 65 and qualify for Medicare, take note—you may have to switch doctors. With many primary care doctors not accepting Medicare, it’s not unusual for people who qualify to suddenly be faced with the necessity of switching from a doctor they’ve had for years....
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