Many baby boomers expect to receive care differently than past generations. Research has shown that they are less likely to move to a congregate living setting, such as a nursing home, and more likely to seek care in their own homes. In order to do this safely and cost-effectively, an Aging-In-Place Inspection can be performed.
I will help you and make recommended adaptations and minor adjustments to the home to improve accessibility and safety for elderly occupants. This inspection will not only allow the occupants the independence they need, but will also give family members the peace of mind they need.
What are the Benefits of Aging-In-Place?
Is it Time to Move?
While moving from a current home doesn’t mean the need to move to assisted living, it may be time to look at a long-term solution such as one-level living. When purchasing a new home, an Aging-In-Place Inspection can be done in addition to a standard home inspection at no cost.
What Changes May be Recommended?
Often times the changes suggested are well in advance of any immediate need. The goal with an Aging-In-Place Inspection is to be as preventative and ahead-of-the-game as possible. A few of the changes that we often see are: