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01-Jun-2016 16:06

Nursing homes, sure, but they're not ideal for everyone. Related: These Are The Ages You Peak At Everything Think of granny pods as backyard clubhouses for your aging parents.NPR describes the MEDCottage as "basically a mini mobile home that rents for about ,000 a month.You park one in the backyard, hook it up to your water and electricity, and it becomes a free-standing spare room for Grandma and Grandpa."Related: Despite Their Old Age, "Super-Agers" Have Young Memories This tiny home for grannies and grampas was designed by a Blacksburg, Virginia company with help from Virginia Tech.Simply stated, it's a state-of-the-art hospital room with remote monitoring available so caregivers and family members have peace of mind knowing they are providing the best possible care." There are three models of MEDCottages: the classic model is a free-standing room designed for the backyard, Living ROO fits into an empty two-car garage, and Mother Ship sits on an RV platform.

A great deal of Senior chatters have built great friendships and even met up in person.ok 90s too as long as they are mature :) The chatters in Senior Chat are typically 40 years old and the chat topics are relatively clean.



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