Should I Stay or Should I Go… making the decision to age in place or move

The presentation focuses on the major considerations when evaluating whether to age in place in your current home or move to a new residence. This includes the assessment of the home to accommodate an aging individual; how to plan for interdependence and relinquish some responsibilities; and understanding the associated financial and emotional costs associated with either decision.

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What is Interdependence? Why we need to Plan for It

The presentation details how to plan for the interdependence period in life. The time between newly retired independence and being dependent on others is known as interdependence and it is often overlooked and denied. However, it is a crucial period to plan for because it enables seniors to stay in their homes independently longer and may delay or prevent the astronomical cost of home care and institutional care. We discuss how to educate seniors on interdependence awareness, trigger points, and options for changes.

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Independence & Support: Helping Older Adults Find Balance

The presentation describes four critical objectives to follow when helping seniors to plan to age independently for as long as possible. We discuss when to start conversations; what to tackle and when to do it; the best approaches to conversations; and how to maintain trust by protecting assets and independence.

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