Aging In Place

Homeowners want to stay in their homes for the duration. By instituting simple universal design techniques, professional Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists can insure that you live in your home comfortable, safely and independently for as long as you want.

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Written by a woman for women, this practical, insightful guide demystifies the home buying and remodeling process and empowers the reader to work confidently with architects, interior designers and contractors to strategically craft a home that complements her unique lifestyle and personality …
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Your 80-year-old aunt is coming to stay for a few days. You're looking forward to the visit, but realize your home may not be entirely "older-generation" friendly. To help enhance the safety and comfort of your visitor, especially one who may have some of the physical challenges that come with …
4/25/2014
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Hire a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist and make your house a home for a lifetime.
3/28/2013
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Have you ever wanted a quick reference for aging-in-place issues? Are you wondering how to incorporate some aesthetically pleasing designs into your projects? If so, the Aging-In-Place Design Checklist might be suited to your needs.
4/6/2012
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Universal design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design.
4/6/2012
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  Conveniently located outlets and light switches help make the bedroom more livable. Photos by Larry Bresko, Magic Moments Photography The home owner originally had an elevator installed in her Cincinnati-area home, which was built 20+ …
11/14/2011
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Far beyond using universal design ideas, aging-in-place principles are sweeping changes designed to custom-fit your home to you and your family as time goes by. Learn more in this article.
4/28/2011
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This article provides an overview of aging-in-place and the ways in which a Certified Aging-in-Place (CAPS) professional can help home owners live well in their own homes at any age and any ability level.
2/8/2011
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