AARP Magazine’s October/November issue reports that there are 40 million caregivers in the United States. It described them as “the real American nobility.”
Editor in chief Robert Love went on to note: “We humans show our nobility when we put ourselves aside and care for those in need.”
Next Day Access of Indianapolis, a leading provider of accessibility solutions, concurs.
Caregiving takes heavy a toll on caregivers.
As the temperature turns, gym parking lots start looking a little fuller. Worse, the post-holiday rush is near, when New Year’s resolutions will begin to conflict with seasonal overindulgence.
David Beiner, Owner of Next Day Access Colorado
David Beiner is passionate about helping the people of Colorado with all their home accessibility needs.
David says, “I really love my job! I live in a magnificent state and get to spend my days helping people. Yes, it is sometimes dirty and grueling doing some of the installations, but seeing the smiles that my hard work creates is always worth the effort and sweat.
The reasons to consider aging at home are tangible, relevant and emotional. The most important for most people is that your home is your comfort zone, your memories and because accepting a lifestyle change can be difficult.