A Quaker-based not-for-profit organization, Kendal at Home offers you autonomy, dignity and peace of mind, while providing immediate flexibility, choices, and financial protection. Kendal at Home is an innovative program focusing three areas:
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From a simple explanation of what Kendal at Home is, to how it works, and how it can help you safely age in place, our video series can answer some of your top questions about becoming a Kendal at Home Member and what that means.
When you join Kendal at Home, you’ll be assigned a personal Care Coordinator. Your life plan coordinator will get to know you personally — your likes, dislikes, lifestyle and preferences — and work with you to create a customized care plan that helps you stay healthy and maintain your independence.
Kendal at Home is an exclusive program for healthy seniors with residence in Northern Kentucky, Ohio and Massachusetts. To qualify for membership, you must meet a few guidelines. Connect with Kendal at Home to see if you qualify.
Get started planning for your retirement by talking with your financial and estate advisors about Kendal at Home. Here’s what they should know about our program.
I think that once the old folks are sort of settled, it helps the relationship one has with one’s adult children. You’re no longer talking about vitamins or orange juice or whatever. You can talk about other things.
We didn’t want our out-of-state children to worry about us. Kendal at Home gave us a reasonable introductory price. There was continuing care involved, which on some long-term insurance…isn’t the case.
Our care coordinator is familiar with our lifestyle and farmhouse living on 2.3 acres and growing our own vegetables. They offer financial peace of mind by allowing us to calculate the costs and make other financial decisions based on these costs.
Estate planning is more than ensuring your possessions and money are distributed according to your wishes after your death. It also involves communicating your healthcare wishes.
How are you spending your free time? If you’re like most retirees, you may spend it watching TV. However, there’s a healthier way to spend your leisure time. A hobby can not only improve your mental health, it can improve your physical health, too.
Did you know: older adults are at increased risk of experiencing mental health issues like depression and anxiety? Not only that, suicide rates among men above age 85 are the highest in the country.