Many of us find that as we get older we start to think more about where we live. Whether it's moving in with family, renting, or sheltered housing, there are lots of different options.
I would like to stay at home
Small adaptations to your home could make your life easier and more comfortable.
Equipment and adaptations available to you
Home help services offer assistance with things like bathing, dressing and respite care to give you or your carer a break.
Find the support you need
Being financially secure can help you stay in your home for longer. Follow these steps to boost your income in retirement.
I've decided to move
This can seem like the ideal solution if you need support, want to spend more time with your grandchildren, or need to downsize.
What to consider
Your rights as a tenant will depend if you're renting from your local council, a housing association or a private landlord..
Know your rights
Retiring in another country is a big decision, so make sure you do as much research as possible before leaving the UK.
Is retiring abroad the right choice?
I want to move to where I can get more support
If you want to live independently but in a smaller, easier to manage home, sheltered, or retirement housing could appeal to you.
If you think you need more personal care than sheltered housing can give you, moving to a care home could be an option.