When it comes to buying or selling your home, seniors often face more issues and decisions than their younger counterparts. Fortunately, many sites offer a wealth of information and resources on a wide variety of topics to help address these concerns. But each situation is unique.
Ask your Seniors Real Estate Specialist® to recommend the best resources among these and others.
Age In Place www.ageinplace.com
Learn how to create an environment that is safe and easier to live in, including kitchen, bathroom and ohter home remodeling, senior cell phone choices, aging in place monitoring products and other helpful resources.
Alzheimer’s Association alz.org
The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national, and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementias. Use the Alzheimer’s Navigator for step-by-step guidance and custom action plans.
Supporting Canadian seniors through advocacy, benefits, and community chapter events.
MoveSeniors™ ins an online resource for families seeking assistance with late life home transitions such as moving, downsizing, and remodeling. They also offer a directory of Certified Relocation & Transition Specialists and other senior professionals.
North America’s most comprehensive and easy-to-use online senior living directory, spanning the care continuum from active to assisted living, Alzheimer’s care, and everything in between.
Seniors Canada seniors.gc.ca
Government of Canada site providing information resources on a variety of topics plus details on benefits and services for seniors.
The Senior List® theseniorlist.com
The Senior List® is a ratings and review portal for senior-related products and services. Use it to locate and read reviews for adult care homes, durable medical equipment providers, home care, move managers, skilled nursing, and much more.
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