Whether staying at home or moving to a retirement community, retirees can benefit from a little extra help. It doesn't have to be expensive or extravagant, but the Family Caregiver Alliance recommends checking into maid service, lawn care and handyman availabilities - even if they're not needed regularly. Active retirees may even enjoy a cook or meal service to provide wholesome food - not fast food - on a semi-regular basis.
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