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Growing Old In Rural Communities

By May 10, 2018 No Comments
rural road through farm country

There are many attractive reasons to want to age in place or consider retiring or moving to a rural location. The natural beauty, quiet, and slower pace are extremely attractive to many.

But rural living for seniors also brings with it many other factors, both positive and negative, that need to be considered.

Our film, Community Connections, explores a Village in rural Plumas County where neighbors are helping neighbors.

To see more of our films about the Village Movement, click here.

More To The Story

On the side of caution, the article, Rural America: A Good Place to Grow Old?,
explores 9 different scenarios to consider before staying or moving to a rural community.

As with all staying or moving choices, there is a lot to consider about living in rural communities.

Frank Colin

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