33. Brian Kinard

Dr. Debi Lynes interviews Brian Kinard about buying your forever home

Brian Kinard

(duration 33 minutes 39 seconds)

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Takeaways

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. So think long and hard. Find a trusted professional. It will make a difference.

25. Mark Hager

Dr. Debi Lynes interviews Mark Hager about aging in place for any stage in life

Mark Hager

(duration 32 minutes 31 seconds)

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Takeaways

Don’t be afraid to talk. Don’t be afraid to
bring up the subject of Aging in Place. Ask for help.

24. Rick Clanton

Dr. Debi Lynes interviews Architect Rick Clanton about designing a home for any stage in life

(duration 34 minutes 24 seconds)

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Takeaways

Put resting areas throughout your home. At any stage in
life, a resting area is a place that has a chair or a bench where
someone can just stop, put something down or sit down for a
moment. What a simple way for ease of living. The second takeaway is to put together a team proactively. What does that look
like? It means have your list of people that help you around the
house, at your fingertips, preferably with one call, whether it’s a
plumber or an electrician, a caretaker, or next of kin. It’s
important to have that list accessible at all times.