Aging in Place

What Does Aging in Place Mean?

You’ve likely heard the term “aging in place” and perhaps you’ve wondered what it means. Simply put, aging in place means remaining in your home safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of your age, income, or ability level.

If this sounds intriguing, you’re not alone. In a recent survey conducted by AARP, the nonprofit organization that advocates on behalf of those 50+, eight out of 10 people age 45 and older say they want to remain in their homes and communities for as long as possible. This is where we can help.

The CAPS Designation

The National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) developed a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation program to teach professionals how to meet the evolving needs of seniors. Whether you require minor modifications or major renovations, you’ll want to select a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) professional to ensure that your home has functional spaces that are as safe and practical as they are beautiful. And because we are CAPS-certified contractors and CAPS designers, we understand the needs of seniors and believe in the importance of our work. There’s nothing more satisfying to us than using our talents to give you the gift of independence.

No matter what your needs are, we can help you.

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Benefits of Aging in Place Design

We have spent many years transforming homes into perfect aging-in-place spaces and it’s something we truly enjoy doing. With careful planning and innovative home modifications, we make it possible for you to maintain your independence and remain where you are most comfortable—in your own home.

If you live alone and unsupervised, you’ll want to take steps to minimize your risk of falling. Technological advances such as medical alert systems help provide peace of mind for you and your loved ones. Should you require a little extra help with activities of daily living, consider scheduling a caregiver, and hire professionals to handle home maintenance, yard work, and assorted errands.

Aging in Place Design Checklist

The team at AARP developed a great checklist for you to use that will help you…

Aging in Place Articles & Valuable Resources

If you would like to access additional resources regarding aging in place, we recommend these government websites: