Based on your selections, you probably want to consider one of two main options: moving into a new home or community; or aging in place while remaining in your current home.

Senior Housing Options that could make sense include:

Active Adult Homes
includes homes, condominiums, and townhomes typically sold as deeded real estate. If you are retired or preparing for retirement, this is a great way to enjoy your free time with travel and recreation rather than on household chores and maintenance. - Learn More

Continuing Care Retirement Communities
These retirement communities allow seniors to "age in place," with flexible accommodations that are designed to meet their health and housing needs as these needs change over time. Residents entering continuing care retirement communities sign a long-term contract that provides for housing services and nursing care, usually all in one location, enabling seniors to remain in a familiar setting as they grow older. - Learn More

Independent Living Community
Moving into one of these communities can be a great way to enjoy some extra services and features that many retirees find helpful. Some services available may include social programs, transportation services, organized outings, shopping trips and limited medical services. Features can include first floor access or elevators, meals, housekeeping and laundry. Find information on the Cost of Independent Living. - Learn More

Senior Apartments
Many of these rental properties do not have age restrictions and are open to the general public. Residents who choose these apartments often enjoy such luxuries as swimming pools, clubhouses and fitness centers. Find information on the Cost of Senior Apartments. - Learn More

Realtors, Moving, Packing & Downsizing
Whether you are looking to sell your home, move items into storage or just organize your home for ease - the companies in this section will be able to assist. - Learn More

Senior Services that allow you or your loved one to stay in the current home include:

Companion Care
This service allows you to stay in your current home while receiving services such as companionship, personal shopping, light housekeeping, meal preparation, transportation, errand running, etc. Find information on the Cost of Companion Care. - Learn More

Home Modifications
These providers help make modifications to your current home that can make living and "aging in place" easier. Installing a walk in tub, converting a tub to a shower, adding grab bars, installing ramps, handrails, chair lifts, etc can allow safe access to and ease of use to your primary living space, bathroom, kitchen, or main exit/entrance to the home. - Learn More