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Know your options: Assisted Living, Selling your House or Downsizing?

 

Aging Americans are struggling to pay for assisted living, home care and other forms of long-term care. Nobody likes to admit it but age gets the best of us all. 

 

We all need help sometimes, especially when we’re aging. Here are some options you can consider to live life with less worries as you grow old:

 

Downsizing – The less space there is, the less risk of slipping and falling. A common thing that happens when climbing up or down the stairs. Moving, preferably into a bungalow type of property which is a one-floor home gives a better chance of living and maintaining your health.

 

Assisted living – A lot of aging seniors decide on selling their house to settle for long-term care. It’s a scary thought to think about what to do next when we’re aging but it doesn’t have to be. Now there are Assisted Living facilities fitted for your needs within the same community you are living at so that you don’t go far from home. You might even find a new place you can consider as a home with the many options and financial assistance available. Long-Term Care Resources

 

Know your budget – Knowing how much Senior Living and Care in San Antonio, Texas cost is a great way to get started. Knowing how much it costs; Financial Assistance Programs and Benefits should always be considered. The more you save, the more you can spend on living a better life. Senior Living and Care in San Antonio, Texas

 

Our Background

The American Elder Care Research Organization was established in 2007 as a result of the founders’ personal experience navigating the maze of program eligibility requirements, and eventually assembling the myriad pieces of the puzzle to create a suitable financial plan for a loved one. Carol Guerrero, an attorney specializing in estate planning and other legal issues of seniors, and Alex Guerrero, a website developer, drew from the expertise of other immediate family members (in medicine, law, and research) combining their experience and skills to create the PayingforSeniorCare.com website.

Since the website was launched in 2008 it has helped thousands of families to find the care required for their loved ones to age with comfort and dignity, and to assist their families in finding the financial resources to make it possible. In 2018, Caring, LLC acquired PayingforSeniorCare.com.

Our Contact Information – Please be aware that although our organization is based in California, we provide information nationally.

Caring, LLC

2600 S El Camino Real, Suite 300

San Mateo, CA 94403

Telephone: 650-312-7100