Home Safety and Renovations for Seniors Aging in Place
Well-designed homes are safe and accessible for multiple residents, both now and at other stages of life. Learn the basics of universal design.
All components of the bathroom should be safe and easy for an an older adult to use. Practical ideas for setting up a safe bathroom.
A list of steps to take in advance of moving a parent into your home.
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- How do I find a reputable contractor in another state?
- Is there a special dishwasher for the elderly?
- Can I make my parents maintain their home?
- Is there a tax break for home modifications?
- When applying for a home improvement loan, whose income is counted?
- Will Medicare pay for a ramp into our home?
- Does Medicare or Medicaid pay for home modifications?
- Does money spent for home modifications count towards a Medicaid spend down?
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- How can I safely secure the exterior doors so my mom can't get out without her caregiver knowing?