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How to Age in Place

Do you want to age in place?  In this free eBook from the Aging Life Care Association™, you will learn how you can plan for and get the care you need at home. Planning for the Care You Need at Home also shows you how to work with your family to ensure your choices and wishes are supported.

Planning for the Care You Need at Home – a Free eBook from the Aging Life Care Association™

by Phyllis Mensh Brostoff, CISW, CMC – Aging Life Care Professional™ Member and Fellow of the Leadership Academy


While it seems the number and variety of senior housing options has increased — nursing homes, assisted living facilities, continuous care retirement communities (or Life Plan Community )— most people live and die in their own homes.

The Centers for Disease Control defines aging in place as “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.”

Aging in Place
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Planning for the Care You Need at Home walks you through the various care needs and resources you may require to successfully age in place, including:

  • How to access medical care if you become homebound
  • Non-medical home care and companion services
  • Identifying community resources
  • Technology
  • End of Life Care
  • Working with Aging Life Care Managers™

With stories to bring these issues to life, this eBook is designed to help support you in making the decisions that are right for you. Making a plan before a crisis happens ensures your wishes and desires will be known. Download your free copy today.

About the author: Phyllis Mensh Brostoff, CISW, CMC, is a social worker and co-founder of Stowell Associates – a care management and home care company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin She has written numerous articles and presented seminars across the country. More information is available at Follow Phyllis on Twitter, Facebook, or email her at

This blog is for informational purposes only and does not constitute, nor is it intended to be a substitute for, professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Information on this blog does not necessarily reflect official positions of the Aging Life Care Association™ and is provided “as is” without warranty. Always consult with a qualified professional with any particular questions you may have regarding your or a family member’s needs.

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