If you are a senior citizen with a limited budget trying to evaluate your housing options on the Internet, chances are you have encountered conflicting and confusing information. Programs have changed in recent years, and the information published online hasn't always kept pace. The good news is, whether you want to remain in a home you already own, or are looking for affordable rent, multiple options are available to you.
Eight years after the housing market collapse, the senior housing sector is growing with the help of near record-low interest rates that have prompted a rush to market.
The number of health care companies that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy jumped to a record high in the second quarter of 2016—and the financial downfall of some senior living organizations played a part.
Medicare recently updated their rankings for hospitals, nursing homes, and home health care companies in the nation and the Texas panhandle.
New nursing home ratings published on a Medicare-run consumer website don't answer questions about the system's accuracy, a Democratic senator told Bloomberg BNA Aug. 10.
The new measures nearly double the metrics linked to outcomes for nursing homes' short-term patients.
She pulls two plump red tomatoes from a sack in her shopping cart as if she were handling two precious rubies. For Shirley Stevens, fresh produce is nearly that. “Tomatoes are my favorite,” she coos.
These U.S. cities offer both work and play for your golden years.
Decide where you'd like to hang your hat...or, dare we say, park your vintage convertible?
Forbes presents it new list of 25 great places to retire. This year's picks are located in 19 states; four are in Florida, three in Texas and two in North Carolina. For those who like the cold, Fargo, N.D., Pittsburgh and Traverse City, Mich. also make the cut.
Forbes chooses 25 venues with wide range of geography and climates.