Living independently during our golden years can be an enjoyable and rewarding time of life. As a senior, you can maintain the dignity and quality of life and independence while living at home as long as your living needs are met so you are safe, healthy, and happy.
It’s important to understand that there are many resources available to seniors aging at home to put off the need for senior housing and a retirement community and ensure we live independently.
This can include anything from in-home care to personal care and assisted-living from caregivers other senior care. In fact, there are programs and associations dedicated to helping seniors in every aspect of their lives.
1. National Council On Aging
Known as both a respected national leader and trusted association dedicated to helping people aged 60+, the National Council on Aging works with nonprofit organizations, governments, and businesses in order to provide community programs and services. This is a great place to find what senior programs are available to assist with healthy aging and financial security.
The AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose focus is helping people 50 and older to improve the quality of their lives. Its website hosts helpful information to seniors around topics such as healthy living, senior discounts, products and news specific to seniors. In addition, there is the AARP Foundation.
The AARP Foundation is AARP’s affiliated charity that works to assist low-income seniors in getting the necessities of life such as nutritious food, affordable housing, a steady income, and social integration. Volunteers, legal advocates, and…
This article was sourced from AgingInPlace.com.