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Resources, Gadgets and Tools for Care at Home Series

Part 1 - Addressing Safety Issues to Remain Independent for as Long as Possible

According to AARP’s "Home and Community Preferences" survey, 3 out of 4 adults age 50 or older say they want to stay in their homes and communities as they age. And many do: Nearly 9 in 10 care recipients live in their own home, in someone else’s home or in their caregiver’s home. Some homes are well-suited for aging and providing care, but many require modifications.

The goal is to help loved ones be as independent as possible at home, for as long as possible. To tailor your or your loved ones’ residence for care at home, you can start with a home assessment by an occupational therapist, physical therapist, geriatric care manager, certified aging-in-place specialist (CAPS) or a qualified home care agency like Indigo Nursing.

Stay tuned for Part 2 - Making basic home modifications

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