Senior Resources

According to the Administration for Community Living and the Administration on Aging, nearly 70% of individuals aged 65 and older will likely require long-term care services. The costs of senior care hinge on factors like location and the type of care needed. For many seniors, selling their homes becomes necessary to raise funds for these expenses. Unfortunately, navigating the home-selling process can be complex.

To support seniors and their families, we've compiled a guide that breaks down the ins and outs of selling a home to cover senior care costs. It explains how the sale might impact eligibility for government benefits, offers practical steps to ease the process, and provides advice on finding qualified professionals to assist with the sale. You can access our guide here:

Explore specific sections in our guide by clicking on the links below:

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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. Our resources help aging adults and their families explore available communities, costs, and payment options.

You can view our resources here: