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Senior Living Staying in your own home as you age

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Posted: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 9:51 am

In less than 20 years, the U.S. population of those 65 and over is expected to double. A recent Harvard study claims that almost a third of American households will soon be headed by someone age 65 or older.

What does that mean to you and your family? Will you or close relatives be able to stay in the family home? At “Rosie on the House,” many younger families call us to talk about adding onto homes, so Mom or Dad can move in with them. Older homeowners are also interested in improving the safety and accessibility of their own houses.

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