For many Americans, who retire around the age of 63, they may no longer want the burden of home ownership, but they are hardly ready for a nursing home. According to recent studies, nearly seventy percent of Americans over the age of 65 are going to need some type of care facility for a period of time.
While those who are aging may have a fear of going into a assisted living facility, they may be pleasantly surprised by the level of care and activity provided. Many areas offer integrated facilities where residents can go from independent senior apartments to assisted living to nursing home as their needs grow.
Assisted living facilities are primarily for individuals that can still care for themselves, but may need around