Relocation after the age of 70

Sixty-six percent of those over 70 will relocate at least once within the next 10 years, and residential relocations were most common in the last year of life, according to a study from Yale University. Those moves were most often from community to nursing home or from assisted living to nursing home. Many elderly express the desire to age in place, so further research might focus on ways to promote that ability. (Free abstract only.)

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