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Could aging in place be ‘a poor long-term decision?’

In survey after survey in which Americans are asked about their preferred living situations in retirement, recent data is clear — they want to age in place in their current homes and remain in the familiar environs of their house and community. But a closer look at aging in place by NextAvenue asserts that there could be unforeseen, long-term consequences to the concept.

Citing a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) definition of aging in place as “the ability to live in one’s own details ⇒

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