If you want to age in place, first you should answer these three basic questions

A new survey by AgeWave found that 85 percent of pre-retirees want to age in place, but do they have a plan? Aging in place requires careful and comprehensive planning to maintain your independence and quality of life in retirement.  Joseph Coughlin, the director of MIT AgeLab created three basic questions to help identify quality of life and illustrate how our lives will change as our bodies slow down and health issues or other aspects of aging will affect our lives.  To find out these three questions, click on link here …

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