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Aging-in-Place Guide

With the vast majority of older adults wanting to remain in their homes as they age, it’s essential to identify the potential roadblocks and how to address them. Certain aging and health challenges can affect everyday activities, such as:

Walking around
Getting up from chairs or bed
Getting in and out of the tub
Transitioning to the toilet
Getting objects from cabinets or shelves
Walking up or down stairs

Many things should be considered when remodeling a home. For best results, focus proposed modifications on the functional problems of the person living in the home. The Aging-in-Place Guide will give you practical renovation ideas for:

  • Bathrooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Closets and cabinets
  • Entrances
  • Flooring
  • Kitchen
  • Lighting
  • Seating
  • Stairs and steps
  • General household
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of seniors identified housing features such as nonslip floors as especially important in later years.

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Nearly 90% of seniors want to age in their own home.

Aging-in-Place Guide

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