Older adults often desire to “age in place,” remaining in their homes until end of life. However, many overlook the physical, medical and emotional costs of aging in place, says Brandt Ross, a resident at an Arbor Company senior living community.
Before retiring, Mr. Ross was a successful turnaround consultant for troubled companies. Now he teaches a course to encourage others to transition into senior living sooner rather than later. To lighten the topic, he weaves music into his program, and cites his own experience.
Mr. Ross will be featured in an encore presentation of his earlier Senior Living Live webinar: Aging in Place is an Illusion. The webinar goes a bit deeper this time to examine the financial costs associated with senior living.