As seniors grow older, do they need to downsize their living situation? Or can they, with careful preparation, continue to live in their homes and communities safely, independently and comfortably – in other words, “age in place”? In the third of an eight-book series on downsizing, senior move managers Judy and Doug Robinson explore the issues that can impact remaining in one’s home. They examine home improvements and modifications to assist seniors who wish to stay put, services that help seniors remain independent, and how adult children can support parents who wish to keep their homes.