Aging In Place

According to the AARP's public policy institute close to 90% of people over the age of 65 would like to remain in their home and community for as long as possible.  Coupled with their findings that also state around 80% of those over 65 believe that they will remain in their home the rest of their lives, the study shows that generations which are facing aging issues are not willing to leave their homes and communities. 

Aging in place is becoming a hot button issue as 8,000 baby boomers turn 65 daily.  This is an issue that is being looked at from many different perspectives, from housing to home health care to muti-generational living. There are many different factors that get people to think of aging in place but mainly it comes down to two scenarios.  The first is of the couple, individual, or family that is planning ahead to how they will spend their golden years. The second scenario is that of the couple, individual, or family that is responding to a crisis moment where they are forced to make quick decisions on the long term care of their loved ones. 

PALS Built was developed to handle both these scenarios but more importantly to handle the crisis scenario.  Our PALS Built consultants are able to work quickly to give you outlines of all the options you have when it comes to aging in place at your home or that of a loved one.  Utilizing our PALS modular home additions we can have a customized addition added to your home in 6-8 weeks from the time we permit the project.

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