Hillendale Home Care Resources
Making the Home Safer for Aging in Place
Downloadable Tools and Tips:
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- Home Modifications for Safer Aging in Place
- Overcoming Physical Difficulties Through Home Alterations
- Tips to Prevent a Fall
Click the links below to access resource Web sites to find out more about making a home safer for aging in place.
Aging in Place
From products to make life easier, to major home modifications, this site offers information on tools to allow the elderly to remain at home throughout the aging process
The decision over whether to install a new bathtub or to update an existing tub for safety purposes is debated in this article from AARP.
Certified Aging in Place Specialist Database
NAHB offers a searchable database of Certified Aging in Place Specialists (CAPS).
NeighborWorks America provides a wealth of aging in place information: from legislature to training to products and services.
Aging at Home
Answers to many of the most common questions about aging in place are listed here, along with a chart with suggested implementations for a variety of specific challenges of the elderly.
Newsletter on Aging in Place
Go to this Web site to sign up for a newsletter about aging in place. Gadgets & Gizmos is one of their sections that is especially interesting.
The home should be a peaceful sanctuary for seniors and their families. To learn how the dedicated caregivers at Hillendale Home Care can help make aging in place safer for your loved ones, contact us today.