As a society, we’re used to going, going, going –driving, working, or thinking at a mile a minute. However, there are times when external circumstances force us to slow down and change our daily routine. As we all deal with these unprecedented circumstances and spend more time at home, we at
Jerry and Fay Shultz always assumed they would probably need some sort of supportive care in the future because of their families’ medical histories. At the same time, they knew that they wanted a secure plan that would allow them to remain in their own home. So, Jerry and Fay joined
Central PA, made up of 14 counties including Lancaster, Lebanon, and York, offers a wide range of exciting activities, attractions, and restaurants year-round. In fact, Lancaster, PA has consistently ranked as one of the best places in which to retire for the past three years, according to U.S. News and World
10 Reasons Seniors Choose to Retire at Home When thinking about where to live in retirement, your path can take you several different ways. The two main options seniors usually choose between are retiring to a senior living community or choosing to stay in their own home in retirement. While moving
There are many valid reasons why individuals may choose to “age in place” while staying in their own home. “I’m never moving,” some say. “I want to live here forever,” is a sentiment often expressed. The idea of aging in one’s own home has great merit, for sure. But before making
Five Retirement Thoughts Everyone Has – And Our Answers When discussing retirement plans, the conversation that arises is often about relaxing, traveling, volunteering, and pursuing other joyful activities. It’s easy to avoid putting a solid plan in place for possible future care needs when thinking about this next chapter of life.