Many seniors are uncertain about their options when it comes to remaining in the family home long term or downsizing. Depending on their situation, their health, if they have family around to help, and their finances, these are the things that they base their decision around and usually their financial situation stops them from making the best choice for themselves about their health and receiving the care they need.
Some might choose to go into a assisted living or some other transitional community, while others may decide to stay put in their homes and just receive home health care whenever the need may arise for as long as it is necessary only. If you are part of that rising number of seniors who do decide to stay put, live at home and receive home healthcare, you are more than likely aware of how expensive it can get and be. This is why, as we age, it is becoming increasingly difficult to make these decisions so it is a good idea to have a plan in place as early as possible.
Read on for our thoughts on home health care for the baby boomer generation and learn about various ways to pay for private assistance and care.
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