It doesn't matter a person's age, if you ask them, they'd prefer to live at home as they grow older instead of going to a long-term care facility. This is called aging in place, and it's possible. However, some cities offer services and other perks that help people achieve this more easily. From the cost of living to the amount of physical activity that residents enjoy, each city can add a benefit or need improvement. Here are five of the best cities for seniors to live at home longer.