5 questions to ask when selecting an assisted-living facility for your parents

These are the questions that no one told you to ask but will set you up for long-term stability as you begin the process of selecting the right facility for your loved ones.

There’s about to be a boom of aging Baby Boomers.

By 2030, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that one in five Americans will be age 65 or older. By 2021, populations age 75 and older are expected to increase by a combined 14.5 percent.

In fact, right now, you might be starting to think about when your mom or dad might be moving into an assisted-living facility, and all the questions that come with that decision.

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As supply and demand spike in the coming years, you’ll see a multitude of options for your parents, ranging from resort-like, all-inclusive settings to facilities that feel more like medical institutions. It can quickly become overwhelming and confusing. Where do you start?

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