Tag Archives: Aging In Place
Aging in Place 80/20 Rule
It is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things. -Henry David Thoreau Aging in Place Thoreau’s quote on wisdom reminds us that wisdom seldom leads to doing desperate things. When it comes to aging in place so often it … Continue reading
How Can Seniors Find Reputable Contractors?
As Americans live longer than ever, some will find it difficult to stay in their beloved homes. Steep stairs or a slippery shower can pose dangers, and standard houses are not wheelchair accessible. With 78 million baby boomers about to … Continue reading
8 Things to Consider Before Remodeling to Age in Place
By Louis Tenenbaum Over my two decades of helping people accommodate their homes to age in place, I’ve come up with a list of eight fundamentals to consider before undertaking any major projects. As you’ll note, there are no universal right … Continue reading
Who are the Baby Boomers?
Many misconceptions surround the marketing viability of today’s older adults. For example, did you know that: Myth: Older adults don’t spend money online Fact: Boomers outspend younger adults online 2:1 on a per-capita basis. – Forrester Research Below are a few more … Continue reading
A Home Modification Checklist
Home modifications are changes made to adapt living spaces to meet the needs of people with physical limitations so that they can continue to live independently and safely. Modifications can range from something as simple as adding grab bars to … Continue reading
The Rise In Aging-In-Place Technology
Did you know that the US population of residents 65 and older will grow 36 percent over the next decade? That’s more than four times the rate of the general population. To accommodate this growing segment of senior homeowners, new … Continue reading
Here are the resources to tap and ideas to use to convert a design philosophy into profitable work Source: Remodeling Magazine In your remodeling company you’re likely already doing projects with Universal Design aspects–installing varied height countertop, designing zero-threshold entries. … Continue reading