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Transitions in Aging

Aging in Place

In Conclusion

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  • Aging in place is often a good option and may be available to all
  • Aging in place may require modifications to one's home and the use of assistive technology
  • Some funding is available from the state or federal governments
  • Aging in place is something to think about now!

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Notes and References

While many people love to live independently in their own home, to age in place may require some modifications to our homes, the use of assistive technology, and some helpful government funded programs.

Don't forget that there is funding from the state or federal governments if you are interested in making your home more accessible!

We are all getting older and may experience signs and symptoms of aging even in our late 30s and early 40s. Therefore, we should consider making changes in our homes sooner rather than later in order to make it our lifelong home. It is always better to be prepared than to react to a crisis. If you are interested in learning more about the signs and symptoms of aging, please do not hesitate to visit our other module, titled "Successful Aging."

In conclusion, we hope you enjoyed the information in this module and that you were able to learn more ways to age in place. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey for this module in order for us to include your ideas, suggestions and feedback into this module. Additionally, you can download a certificate of completion for this module. Go to the "Download Certificate" tab in the menu.