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Planning for your long-term living situation is a challenge, but it is an essential part of growing older. Deciding on the right transition plan for you balances many important personal considerations, including your finances, physical and mental health, and safety. It is important to be realistic when choosing your destination, which may include aging in place, or living with your children, in an active adult community, or continuing care retirement community. Some important questions include: What are my mental, physical, and financial capabilities? Do I have any special needs (mental or physical disabilities, etc.)? Are there safety concerns? Will I be alone? Is there someone to keep tabs on me? Will my plan affect family relationships? All of these considerations should be assessed in advance to facilitate a smooth and comfortable transition. Don’t let a tragedy or serious health issues force you into making these decisions quickly. Our elder law attorneys can help you evaluate you situation, choose your long-term destination, and plan to make your transition into later life.

If you or a loved one is in need of assistance or looking for more information regarding long-term care, call Keen Keen & Good at 610-383-7810 today. We offer a free, no-obligation, consultation to evaluate your unique position and determine the steps you can take to prove a more secure future for you and your loved ones.

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