Forbes Releases The 2013 Best Places For a Working Retirement A retirement lifestyle increasingly can include part-time work to supplement pensions, Social Security, 401(k)’s, and other resources, or just to stay mentally engaged. Here’s our list (arranged alphabetically) of the 25 best U.S. cities–actually, metropolitan areas or divisions–for a working retirement. We examined job growth…

lynchburg

Lynchburg, Virginia Helps Retirees Remain Active with a Rural Feel and Convenient Pace By: Terri L. Jones “We believe that this town has many of the advantages of larger perhaps more sophisticated cities, but the ambience of Lynchburg suits the way we like to live,” says Anne Behrend, who moved with her husband to The…

pay for home care

Virginia has publicly funded in-home programs for those who cannot afford private-pay home care.   To find Home Care options in your area, visit http://www.homecarechoice.com Among them the Community Living Program, a nursing home diversion program, and Home and Community Services, a program to enable low-income seniors to live at home.   How To Pay…