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Are you looking into senior living options for your parents or senior loved ones? Keep them involved in the entire experience, from researching senior living communities, to choosing the perfect place to call home, to making the most of moving day, to have a much more gratifying experience.

The majority of baby boomers – two-thirds – said they would be likely to move an aging loved one to a senior living community, according to a recent survey commissioned by Holiday Retirement. These baby boomers cited several factors as highly or somewhat influential when considering senior living as an option for a loved one, including these three:

  • He/she has fallen at home and needs more around-the-clock supervision: 46%
  • He/she is no longer eating well: 39%
  • He/she is unable to keep up with his/her house/yard work: 36%

However, a potential move isn’t without its concerns. Here are some resources to avoid misconceptions and concerns about senior living.

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