Long Island Aging in Place

As we age, certain daily tasks and chores can become increasingly difficult, which leads many seniors to consider moving into retirement communities. Not everyone wants to leave their home, however, and that has led to a rise in services that help seniors remain in their homes, aging in place rather than having to move away. There are many different services and new technologies that can help the elderly to remain in their homes, offering a wide array of options that can be tailored to each individual's needs and abilities. Such options include regular home and safety checks, house maintenance, ice ...Read More As we age, certain daily tasks and chores can become increasingly difficult, which leads many seniors to consider moving into retirement communities. Not everyone wants to leave their home, however, and that has led to a rise in services that help seniors remain in their homes, aging in place rather than having to move away. There are many different services and new technologies that can help the elderly to remain in their homes, offering a wide array of options that can be tailored to each individual's needs and abilities. Such options include regular home and safety checks, house maintenance, ice and snow removal, home security and alert systems, and accessibility modifications that can make the home easier to live in. Show Less