housing issues affecting the baby boomer generation

A Deeper Dive Into Aging In Place

By Reese Fayde / February 28, 2023 /

It’s a phrase in danger of becoming a superficial buzzword from overuse. But “aging in place” is an important concept for Baby Boomers and those who follow us into our Third Chapters. This week, I take a closer look at aging in place — what it means, what to do to accomplish it, and the…

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Who Can Afford Healthcare?

By Reese Fayde / June 9, 2022 /

Many people worry that the ongoing cost of various health issues will make aging in place impossible. However, a Medicare and Medicaid-funded program called “PACE” is slowly turning the tables on that long-held belief. What is PACE? The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is enabling some older adults to age in place…

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Home Health Care: Is it the Right Option?

By Reese Fayde / May 26, 2022 /

According to an AARP survey from November 2021, some 77 percent of people aged 50 and older want to remain in their homes as they age. If you want to age in place, then most likely, you’ll eventually need some sort of in-home care. As a general rule, home health care is less expensive and…

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