“Housing Affordability Concerns Support Aging In Place Decisions”

There is a growing concern in America that housing is becoming too expensive and outpacing the ability of people to participate in the American Dream. In fact, three-out-of-four households believe that there is a housing affordability crisis in America according to a recently released report from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). There are many reasons why this… Read more »

“Aging In Place Treatments Can Accommodate Any Budget”

We often are led to believe that people cannot do a kitchen or bathroom makeover, or fix the entrance to their home, without a significant financial outlay. True, a $20,000 or more project is going to get a lot of work done, but a $200 or $2,000 expenditure might have noticeable results as well. It’s not… Read more »

“Aging In Place Is Multi-Generational”

We think of aging in place as something that is geared toward or defined by the seniors, but even the term seniors is something that is not easily defined. That’s because the term seniors does not have a clear expression of who is and who is not included in the category. We can be sure… Read more »

“Accessability Is So Much More Than Getting Into The Home – Aging In Place Implications”

Even though most residences (those up to four dwellings per building, including the most common single family home) do not fall under the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), there is considerable interest in creating accessible entrances. As people are carrying items in and out of the home or using walkers, crutches, canes,… Read more »