For Older Adults, Where To Live Is A Complicated Question; A New Book Rides To The Rescue

For Older Adults, Where To Live Is A Complicated Question; A New Book Rides To The Rescue

10/23/2021 2:36:00 PM

For Older Adults, Where To Live Is A Complicated Question; A New Book Rides To The Rescue

Ryan Frederick's new book, Right Time Right Place, arrives just in time to help older adults decide where to live as they look to their future. A must-read for those searching for the right answer.

Ryan FrederickAs we march through the decades, the question of where to live is generally determined by where our family resides, where we go to school, who hires us, and where we want to raise our kids. When that’s all behind us, what then? Do we stay put in our big suburban homes or our three-story urban townhouses or do we seek out a place that could be more supportive of our older lifestyle? This is the question of the hour for most people in their 60s and beyond. It’s the question many of my clients were struggling with when I was doing retirement coaching. Now there is a resource for sorting through all the potential options so you can make an informed decision.

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 Right Place Right Time, written by Ryan Frederick, is just the book we need to guide us through the positives and negatives of whatever options we are considering...and maybe some we haven’t considered before.  Read more: Forbes »

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