There's a lot to look forward to as you grow older, and the environment you age in can increase your ability to remain healthy and active.
The decision to age in place (AIP) isn't just about staying put in your current home. It's so much more.
You don't have to navigate the aging in place terrain on your own. There are numerous local, state and federal programs available to assist you on your aging in place journey, as well as public and private organizations devoted to the cause of successful independent living.
Aging in place isn't for everybody. You need to consider what your wants and needs are right now, and how they may change for you in the future.
If what you want and need now aren't compatible with aging in place, there are many other options available to you.
If you decide to age in place, careful planning will go a long way to ensuring your aging in place strategy is effective and successful. Either way, be active, connected and happy in the environment you choose.
Knowledge informs choices. Choices are good, informed choices are life-changing.