In the game of chess, you can lose by being checkmated, conceding or resigning the game to your opponent (when in a hopeless position), running out of time (in time-controlled games), or forfeiting (cheating, violating the rules, or as a punishment in high-level tournaments—such as arriving late or unsportsmanlike behavior).
Unfortunately, seniors can be placed in the same predicament when faced with the decision or necessity to move out of the home. Ideally, you want to have the upper hand or at least be able to play on fair chance terms when you're at this point in the game.
The good news is that if you've at least been able to remain on the gameboard when it comes time to make your move, you have more options than ever these days. Our FRONTcover story is about making that decision.