I came across the page for "Aging" and noticed the great age in place type resources there. I wanted to share a recently-published resource from Retirement Living that helps people find the right medical alert system to fit their needs.

In our guide we provide tips for making a wise medical alert system purchase, examine the best companies in the industry and answer some frequently asked questions. Our hope is that people combine what they learn from our guide with some research and recommendations from friends or trusted local experts in assistive devices.

It can be seen here: https://www.retirementliving.com/best-medical-alert-systems

I understand why some people are so afraid of aging. When we think about the future, we have to wonder whether we’ll have adequate funds, enough physical strength, and a sharp wit to carry us through our golden years. But I’m not afraid of growing older -- I hope I’m lucky enough to do so -- and I want others to feel the same way!

The following resources are full of fantastic information to help seniors stay healthy, secure, and happy in this exciting era of their lives.

Would you consider sharing these with your audience? I believe they’ll be a great fit on your site (especially if included here: http://www.rafpa.com/links.htm), and I’m sure your readers will appreciate their value:

Housing Tips and Advice from The National Aging in Place Council

Preventing Falls at Home

Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors | A Home Design Guide

Exercise & Physical Activity: Your Everyday Guide from the National Institute on Aging

The Benefits of Cooking with Alzheimer’s: A Caregiver’s Guide

14 Ways to Help Seniors Avoid Isolation

Depression in Older Adults and the Elderly

The Ultimate Guide to Rehab and Medicare

A Senior’s Guide to Using Computers and Software

Economic Security for Seniors Facts

Home Safety and Security for Aging-in-Place Seniors

How to Care for Your Aging Parents from a Distance

Meals on Wheels America

The Stress-Free Guide to Selling an Inherited Home

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John Moreland

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My name is Jen and I’m a writer at Jen Reviews.

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