What do people want in assisted living?

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The AARP randomly sampled 803 members from Connecticut in 2001 regarding assisted living. The survey revealed that found most people: 

• Want to be able to age in place. 

• Do not have high confidence in their ability to afford assisted living. 

• Would support making this option more affordable. 

• Support state oversight and regulations for assisted living.


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