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New online service targets aging-in-place residents

The  National Aging in Place Council (NAIPC)  says the more than 90 percent of older adults would prefer to age in place rather than move to senior housing. But the group acknowl... Read More

Congress Urged to Stop Stalling on Renewal of Older Americans Act

The Older Americans Act, legislation that provides critical assistance to millions of elder Americans, turns 50 this year. Renewal of the Act, however, is now 4 years overdue; the last time it was re... Read More

Eastern Shore Chapter Spearheads Local Village Formation

The NAIPC Eastern Shore Chapter is spearheading the formation of a village in their region, the "Village for Talbot County." Through this initiative, the Chapter hopes to get more visibility for N... Read More

Boston College: Post-Retirement Consumption Important Factor to Consider

So many studies conclude that retirees are falling short in saving for their retirement. NAIPC recently reported on a study from Interest.com that revealed retirees in 49 out of 50 states have insuff... Read More

What to Expect in your 50's, 60's, and 70's

As we age, our health needs are constantly changing. Knowing what to expect as you enter your 50's, 60's, and 70's can help you proactively monitor your health and maintain the best possible quality ... Read More

Best States to Retire: Where Does your State Rank?

A recent study by Moneyrates.com ranked the best and worst states to retire. The number one state for retirees? Hawaii! But for those of us who don't have the means to relocate to the Aloha Stat... Read More

NAIPC Member Honored as one of Central Ohio’s “Smart 50” Top Executives

NAIPC Member Dr. Mary Lou Luebbe-Gearhart has been honored as one of central Ohio’s “Smart 50” top executives. Dr. Luebbe-Gearhart, a member of the Greater Columbus Chapter, devel... Read More

Enter Entrepreneurs: High Demand for Aging in Place Professionals

With the growing trend of Aging in Place and the rapidly increasing senior population in the United States, the need for in home services has never been greater. And with this need comes a plethora o... Read More

Seniors Want More Walkable Communities

After decades of suburban growth that created mostly neighborhoods where driving is the main (or only) form of transportation, the trend is shifting. Along with Millennials who aren’t buyi... Read More

Preparing for Long Term Care Costs

Did you know that 70% of those 65+ will require some type of long term care? The costs of long term care can certainly add up, especially for the 20% of long term care recipients who need it for 5+ y... Read More

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