I have spent the last six months finding the best, and most economical equipment to assist seniors to safely stayin their homes.
In my search for information on how to live in my own home as economically as possible, I found two significant things that made living in my home more expensive than was needed.
I found that I was paying far too much for my home insurance, and essential services.
On this website you will find information on how you can likely save hundreds of dollars a year on your home insurance and essential services.
Why do I want to live in my own home rather than move into a senior lodge?
The answer is simple !!
I lived in a senior lodge for six months, and I very quickly realized that senior lodges are built forshareholder profits, not for the residents.
I have made the decisionto live inmy own home as long as practical rather than move into a senior lodge.
The most serious mistake I have ever made was moving into a senior's lodge, rather than remaining in my own home as long as practical.
It is my firm belief that living in the lodge caused my wife, Shirley to have a nervous breakdown.
The black mold located under the carpet in our apartment caused her to develop bacterial pneumonia, which led to her premature death.
I also have pictures documenting the fact that the entrances, emergency exits, the sidewalks, and the parking lot were unsafe when we lived in the lodge in 2013, and are still unsafe this year 2020.
To learn moreabout our experience living in a senior lodge go to www.livinginfear.net and then go to the "SENIOR HOMES" page of the site.