Aging in Place Preserves Seniors’ Independence, Reduces Care Costs

March 15th, 2011

A new study from the University of Missouri shows the physical and financial benefits from Aging In Place.  In a four-year analysis of Aging In Place, the total care costs for residents were thousands less than traditional care options.  Costs for living and health care never approached the costs for nursing homes and assisted-living services.  In addition, Aging In Place residents had improved mental and physical health outcomes.

Comments are closed.

  • HBA Greater Dallas
  • Engery Star
  • Certified Aging In-Place Specialist
  • National Association of Home Builders Member
  • Enviromental Protection Agency - Lead Safe Certified Firm
  • ©2018, Independent Living Design. All Rights Reserved. | Sitemap