What You Need to Know about Aging in Place Design

As people age, they often want to continue living independently for as long as possible. The difficulty? Many find themselves coping with chronic conditions. Or they are dependent on medical equipment (such as walkers or other assistive devices). Or they have an ADA (American Disabilities Act) disability.

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Living in Place vs. Aging in Place: What’s the Difference?

If you’re thinking about helping a senior loved one avoid moving into a retirement community, nursing home, or other types of long-term care facility, living in place modifications can be made in their current home.

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Impending Housing Crisis: Seniors at Risk for Homelessness

The stress of homeless living can worsen and make it more difficult to manage health problems, such as arthritis, leading to chronic pain and discomfort. Elderly homeless are more at risk when extreme weather strikes.

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