By 2030, one in five Americans will be aged 65 and older. Many of these individuals intend to remain in their own homes as they grow older – a concept known as “aging in place.” In order to do so, many will eventually need some level of service or support to live safely and independently in their homes for as long as possible.
This month, the Northern Virginia Housing Expo produced a recorded webinar to help older adults, their families, and caregivers learn more about the programs, services, and resources that form a continuum of care to help older adults to age in place.
Join Rachel Coates, Director of Arlington County’s Agency on Aging and Disability Services, as she provides insights to addressing the “tough questions” faced by older adults and their families as they age. Learn about how to assess and prioritize the needs and desires for housing and other supportive services, and the options that are available for older adults to ensure a comfortable, fulfilling, dignified, and safe living experience.