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Category Archives: Aging-in-Place

Holiday Gatherings Can Cause Concern About Senior Loved Ones

As you gather with family this holiday season, you may notice concerning changes in your elder loved ones.  Maybe they aren’t getting around as well as they used to.  Perhaps there are health issues that need attention.  You may also notice that their mental condition has changed significantly since your last visit. These changes may […]

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Senior Downsizing Experts and Greenfield Residences of Arlington Present Free Seminar; “Moving Mom & Dad: 5 Common Mistakes Adult Children of Aging Parents Make and How to Avoid Them”

Equipping, Empowering, and Educating Families to Better Manage Late-Life Moves Arlington, TX:  As the population ages, thousands of Dallas-Fort Worth families are faced with the challenges of assisting aging parents with relocating into more manageable or supportive housing. To assist DFW caregivers and families to better deal with the complexities involved in late-life moves, Ingrid […]

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Key Steps for Seniors When Selling a Home Part 4–Financial Considerations

  After you have weighed the importance of health in your moving decision, the next thing to think about are the financial issues surrounding the sale of your home. Some of the things to consider: What should be done to the home to ensure the best price?  Are there repairs that should be made to […]

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‘Moving Mom & Dad’ Seminar to Premier at The Chateau on Wildbriar Lake

New Seminar seeks to equip, empower and educate adult children of aging parents Those in the position of helping elder family members navigate housing choices face a weighty set of decisions and responsibilities. While every move represents a unique set of circumstances, late-life transitions can pose distinct, and often unexpected, challenges. As real estate professionals […]

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10 Ways to Fall Proof Your Home

According to the CDC, falls are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries among older adults. About 1 in 3 seniors falls each year.  Many of these falls could be prevented by doing a few simple things to make our homes more “fall proof.”  Here are a few things you can do: 1.  […]

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