Home-Based Care Increases 20%, But Many Still Left Out

There has been a sharp spike in the number of seniors receiving in-home help, with the greatest increase among those paying for the services. Half of disabled seniors had some form of in-home help in 2012, which is up nearly 20% since 1998, according to a recent study published in the latest issue of JAMA by a […]

Top 10 Retirement Hot Spots Revealed

Home health providers may be busy in hot spots identified on a new list of best cities for retirement. Aside from climate, some important factors that were used to determine which cities were best for aging include the cost and quality of health care, state tax rates, crime rate and how walkable the city is, […]

Households with Seniors Predicted to Increase 40%

The adult aging population, as well as the retirement-age population, is predicted to have a large impact on the housing market—and home health demand—in the coming years. The number of households with residents age 70 and older is predicted to increase by over 8 million, or 40%, according to The State of The Nation’s Housing report 2016, by […]