Retirement is commonly referred to as the “golden years” due to the freedom afforded to seniors after decades of working.
Transitioning to this stage of life may also include relocating from a family home, and there are many options available. Choosing a new living situation requires taking stock of current physical and mental capabilities, and planning for the stresses and changes of continued aging.
It’s important to have the discussion surrounding geriatric, or elder, care as early as possible. Planning makes things go smoother than the burden of crisis-driven decision making. So, what are the signs that it is the right time to start thinking about these decisions seriously?