Read Aging in Place, But Better to learn more about the benefits of independent living

When we think about aging in place, we often think about remaining in the homes we have lived in for a long time, or maybe even raised our families in. However, independent living can be embraced to promote quality of life, while supporting seniors to stay well for longer. That is why EngAge BC is pleased to present its Aging in Place, But Better paper, which provides an overview of the advantages of independent living.

Developed with the guidance of many experts in the field, Aging in Place discusses the many health and quality of life benefits and the important role that independent can play to help seniors age in their place of choice.

Download Aging in Place, But Better here. 

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