This in-home safety breakdown is a great place to start when evaluating home access needs
Renovating your home to make it more accessible for an older loved one or yourself might sound daunting, but experts say there are more products and services than ever to make this doable.
This is the fear that cannot be conquered, the fear that won’t go away. It’s the fear of falling.
We’ve all heard horror stories about a perfectly healthy older person who unexpectedly takes a tumble, suffers a nasty injury, and is hospitalized and then in need of rehabilitation services for months to come.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta report that one of five falls causes a serious injury,
We’re debating whether to move in retirement or remodel our existing home. In either case, we’re trying to figure out what features, at a minimum, we should look for in a new house—or add to our current house—so that we can stay in our home as we get older.
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The potential danger of falling in your bathroom is a common concern for aging homeowners. Simply discussing this possibility causes anxiety for many bathers.