Improving independent living for Seniors

Choosing a house to live in can be a daunting task for a senior citizen but there is plenty you should consider. Here are my tips regarding Independent living for seniors.

  • 1)Maintenance Issues are the biggest problem if you’re thinking about retiring in Hamilton. How many levels is the house? How easy is it to pick up after yourself and should you consider a caretaker? Bungalows are great to consider, having everything on one level prevents accidents involving stairs.
  • 2)Distance from friends and family. If you’re in the position of needing involvement from family and friends then location is everything. Try looking for somewhere in the near vicinity of people that can come over if need be.
  • 3)Distance from stores. How far is it from grocery stores or restaurants you frequent often? If you’re not currently driving is everything you need in walking distance?

It all comes down to choosing the right location and the right style of house and the features that fit your situation adequately.

Seniors moving should take a look at this neat checklist I found online to make sure everything is taken care of. It’ a sure fire way to improve Independent living for seniors.

Have you ever had to help move a senior citizen into a new house? Leave a comment before with important factors you feel I’ve missed out on.

Mario Cupido

Mario Cupido

CENTURY 21 Aberwin Realty Inc., Brokerage*
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