Aging in Place
Multiple nationwide studies have shown us that seniors would prefer to remain in their own home rather than moving to a long term care facility or hospital. On this page, you will find a series of articles to help make that just a little easier.
These articles contain important information and advice about home modification, steps you can take to improve safety and other topics related to aging in place.
Just as the interiors of homes should be changed to fit the needs of seniors who wish to age in place and live independently, exterior spaces like patio and decks should be just as accommodating. The goal is to provide a safe environment for the senior to enjoy that can be navigated easily and does not require extensive maintenance.
When one is closer to being old than young, bathrooms can become harder to navigate. Getting up and down from the toilet seat or in and out of the shower can be a real challenge when balance and/or strength are an issue.
Plant a new interest for the senior you love by creating a space where they can garden. Whether they’re lifelong gardeners unable to tend to their traditional plantings or just searching for a new hobby, gardening can provide a host of benefits for seniors.