The word “home” takes on added meaning around the holiday season.
For many, — hopefully most — home represents security and acceptance. A place to retreat when things don’t go your way; a place to celebrate when they do.
Not long ago, the holidays were the one time of the year when the family reconvened to spend time together under one roof. Now, it’s not uncommon for relatives to share a home year-round. Gone are the days when a son or daughter moved on to college or a career at the age of 18, only to return on special November and December occasions.
For better or worse, boomers are growing accustomed to welcoming back grown children, as well as seniors seeking care from a familiar face.
Retirees typically prefer to live in the comfort of their own home as long as possible, but the best alternative may be moving back in with adult children.
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