Longevity Network

Transition Support

Home retrofitting, long-term care insurance planning, long-term care provider referral, legal assistance and hospice/funeral planning

When care recipients can no longer live in their own homes without assistance, a transition to an aging-in-place ready home, or a long-term care facility, is needed. Figuring out how retrofit a home or navigating the dizzying array of care facilities available is a difficult task for caregivers, and one they generally cover the cost of themselves. New technologies, builders and companies providing solutions to supportive care in homes and in facilities have a tremendous opportunity to solve these obstacles in what amounts to a $21.3 Billion ($4.3 Billion Caregiver out-of-pocket) industry.

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Download the AARP report on Transition Support [PDF]

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