Aging: Real Estate Options For Senior Housing & More
As a former practicing counselor (LPC-Georgia), I've seen the struggle and stress within families over aging parents and relatives.
Aging in-place isn't always an option when you consider the availability of medical attention, levels of care, oversight, and stimulating activities.
The aging adult population is growing in the U.S, and so is the need for appropriate housing. Assisted living communities are well equipped to help residents manage daily living activities, and they empower seniors to thrive, boosting their physical, mental, and social well-being.
Choosing the best facility, however, can be time-consuming and overwhelming for seniors and their loved ones. Below are some resources that will help aging adults and their families explore available communities, costs, and payment options.
In other cases, some might want to downsize or right-size into the more suitable residential real estate. That might include properties, whether they be single-family or condos/townhomes with minimal stairs/steps, sloped or steep inclines, wider hallways to accommodate walkers or wheelchairs, and either 1-level living or elevator access.
If you have real estate questions related to this aspect of real estate or any other, please feel free to give me a call or email at 470-486-7851 or Tom@ConsultingAndre.com.
Associate Broker, REALTOR®, &
(inactive) Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Click the picture for the link to the article about the disadvantages to aging in-place.