5 Upgrades That Help Seniors Grow Old in Their Own Homes

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More than three-quarters of Americans age 50 or older want to retire in their current community, preferably in their current home, according to AARP.

Staying could require homeowners to make some changes to maintain their quality of life, but many already know this.

A 2018 AARP survey found that 63% of adults own their homes and about one-third expect their homes to need significant updates to enable them to age in place.

Following are some practical upgrades to consider if you’re planning on aging in place.

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