Approximately 64% of sampled U.S. adults over the age of 60 would prefer assisted living as opposed to having their adult child, or children, care for them if their daily routine became too difficult. Of this same sample, 78% would not be opposed to entering an assisted living facility if they were unable to care for themselves. These findings were reported in “Seniors Willing To Ask For Help With Incontinence: A Scorecard” published by corporate author, Aeroflow Urology. The survey was conducted to better understand seniors’ experiences with independence and aging, particularly when it comes to needing assistance from . . .