Accessible Home

What is an Accessible Home? About 90% of Americans over 65 want to remain in their homes as they age, rather than move to assisted living. An accessible home can help them do that.

Add wheelchair lifts, roll in showers, and grab bars. Seniors who plan for aging in place before they need it have more options. Don’t wait until there is an emergency or sudden need to create accessibility in your home.

Many factors can influence your decision to renovate your current home or move to a more suitable abode. Even if you move, you will still likely need to do renovations in your new place, but those renovations may be less costly depending on the overall layout of the house.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Shower Seat

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Shower Seat

As our lives become busier and more demanding, we feel the need for moments of relaxation and rejuvenation. Among the many aspects of self-care, taking a long, soothing shower is a delightful way to unwind and recharge. Your shower routine can also positively...