Posts tagged technology for independent living
For Today's Retirees, There's No Place Like Home

American retirees these days are gravitating toward the notion of staying put and "aging in place" rather than moving to sunnier climes, new data show.

USA Today reported an AARP study found the overwhelming majority of people 50 years of age and over want to remain in their home and community “for as long as possible.”

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5 Things You Need To Age in Place
Paralyzed and Living Alone - Watch Johnathan's Story

Check out this amazing video of Jonathon and see how he is moving in a positive direction after his accident. We want to give The Charles Lea Center in Spartanburg, SC a big thank you for putting this video together and for sharing it with us. We are so proud to be a small part of Jonathon's independence.

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New Charles Lea Center Facility Helps Clients With Independent Living Skills

Zane Garrick can't wait until June. Confined to a wheelchair with cerebral palsy, the 39-year-old will finally move into his first home. Once there, he will be able to open and close doors, control the TV and lights, and cook by himself. He will live more independently than ever before. “I'm excited,” Garrick said. “I want to be able to keep moving. I like being able to do things by myself.”

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