How are they connected? As the Baby Boomer generation ages, it becomes more and more evident that appropriate, accessible housing stock that fits the needs of the older adult is shrinking – rapidly. There is and never will be one… Read More ›
aging at home
SEPTEMBER 18-24, 2022 IS NATIONAL FALLS PREVENTION WEEK!
This is a nationwide effort to raise awareness that falls ARE preventable. These national trip and fall statistics are startling. And what is even more jarring is that most of these are preventable! There are many ways of reducing the… Read More ›
What you never knew about grab bars!
Grab bars. Two simple words that one may assume describes a common solution to stabilizing a body position movement. While that is still true, the solutions to that stability have drastically changed in the last decade. What I find interesting… Read More ›
Why My Dad Is My Roommate!
Yes, what goes around comes around. The child we once parented has now taken on the role of a parent to us with a complete role reversal. While it may seem that the greater percentage of seniors live alone, the… Read More ›
Commentary to Bipartisan Policy Center Report Healthy Aging Begins at Home
It wasn’t all that along ago that remaining in our homes as we grew older was a natural and expected thing to do. Independent and assisted living, memory care, naturally occurring retirement communities and “villages” simply did not exist or… Read More ›