November 2017

Found 3 blog entries for November 2017.

Worry-Free RetirementFor those entering their retirement years, the future may feel full of possibilities. While your retirement should be a season of renewed enthusiasm for the purposes and pastimes that bring joy to your life, your retirement years can also be shadowed with uncertainty. Even if you’re in your best health now, the natural symptoms of aging can accelerate health issues as the years go by. We can never know what the future holds, but with foresight and good planning, we can erase the stress of worrying even if we’re prepared to handle it.

Senior living experts say it’s never too early to start making plans about your future care and even end-of-life wishes. Sorting out your legal, financial and healthcare affairs now can be extremely beneficial. You and

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Golf remains one of the most popular activities for active adults in their retirement years. The designers of 55+ communities are well aware of this long time trend, and as they develop new communities for the baby boomer generation of retirees, golf is playing a central role in many communities. As we research 55+ communities and the current trends, we’ve noticed that 55+ communities with golf courses have several features and trends that are worth noticing.

Professionally Designed Golf Courses in 55+ Communities

In some cases, 55+ communities are consulting golf professionals in order to design their courses. This leads to a high level of play and makes the community all that more desirable for golf enthusiasts. If you’re interested in retiring at

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Ways to Pay for Senior LivingFor seniors aspiring to a carefree retirement lifestyle at a senior living community, or families searching for the best living options for their older loved ones, there are plenty of options available today offering independent living, assisted living and memory care services. Most leading senior living communities offer a range of services and care levels, so the right kind of support is easy to find.

However, the ability to pay for senior living is not necessarily rising along with the supply and demand of this industry. Many families today are not confident about finding ways to cover the costs of community life and long-term care. This lack of confidence is not necessarily due to an impossibly high price of senior living, but more because families

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