Aging in Place

As people grow older, they tend to want to stay in their homes as long as possible. For people with limited mobility, physical access within the home can become increasingly challenging for activities such as cooking, bathing and sleeping. Most houses were built with doorways that are too narrow for a wheelchair or stairs too difficult to navigate. In addition, bathtubs, showers, and toilets lack grab bars for stability. Houses have traditional door handles and faucets rather than easy-to-operate levers, and counters and sinks that cannot be used from a seated position. These modifications can incur some cost but compared to the cost of moving, modifying your existing living space can really be a money saver. But most importantly it provides the independence that we all desire. Please contact us for a free consultation to discuss your needs and options available to you.