Many of us prepare financially for retirement for decades, calculating our needs and putting money aside to cover everyday expenses, medical costs and perhaps a long-awaited vacation. However, often the reality of our golden years is not the relaxing life of leisure we imagined.
What if your eyesight worsens and you are unable to drive? What if your mobility diminishes and you have difficulty with activities of daily living? What if your partner or parent develops dementia and requires round-the-clock care? What if you live alone and need temporary help after a medical procedure?
Bay Aging, a nonprofit serving the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, encounters these issues every day and can help you deal with the unexpected.
Bay Aging’s mission is to provide the programs and services people of all ages need to live independently in their communities. Many of Bay Aging’s services are free. Some programs have age or income eligibility requirements. One very popular program is M...
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