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Age in place has a consumer rating of 4 stars from 1 review indicating that most customers are generally satisfied with their purchases. Age in place ranks 8th among Aging In Place sites.

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“The National Aging in Place Council is a great resource...”

Brent B.
1/16/13

The National Aging in Place Council is a great resource for seniors looking for support with aging in place. The NAPC is a non-profit dedicated to generating awareness of aging at home as a viable alternative to moving into a nursing home as one gets older. The reason they say this is possible now is because of the abundance of home and community-based services that promoto independent living. Their website acts as an aging in place resource guide to an extensive support network of service providers. Along those lines, the National Aging in Place Council also has a membership program for aging in place service providers, such as home care providers, financial advisors, occupational therapists, etc. The NAPC presumably vets these service providers before admitting them and holds them to certain conduct and quality standards in order to ensure that they can reliably help seniors age in place. However, they do charge fees in exchange for membership and the use of their brand, so in that regard, they are very similar to the Better Business Bureau.

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brentb20
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21 helpful votes
January 16th, 2013

The National Aging in Place Council is a great resource for seniors looking for support with aging in place. The NAPC is a non-profit dedicated to generating awareness of aging at home as a viable alternative to moving into a nursing home as one gets older. The reason they say this is possible now is because of the abundance of home and community-based services that promoto independent living. Their website acts as an aging in place resource guide to an extensive support network of service providers.

Along those lines, the National Aging in Place Council also has a membership program for aging in place service providers, such as home care providers, financial advisors, occupational therapists, etc. The NAPC presumably vets these service providers before admitting them and holds them to certain conduct and quality standards in order to ensure that they can reliably help seniors age in place. However, they do charge fees in exchange for membership and the use of their brand, so in that regard, they are very similar to the Better Business Bureau.

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