Recently Aging In Place Builders has been highlighted in a number of articles pertaining to our amazing clients, our expertise in the field, and how we genuinely want to help those with accessibility needs. This blog provides a short summary and links to some of the latest articles.
Greenfield Recorder - Healthy Life Spring Special
This article walks through a particularly difficult decision that one of our clients was faced with - do we move to a more suitable home, or do we stay in the house/area that we love? With our guidance, this customer was able to weigh all of the options, decide on a solution that worked for everyone, and watch their completely custom addition be built to their needs.
If you're looking for how our process works and insight into the wide range of custom accessibility features that we offer, then this article is the one to read!
Hampshire Gazette - Aging In Place Specialists
This article provides a lot of insight into how Aging In Place Builders was started and why we do what we do - to help people who need it! This client leaned heavily on us for advice and trusted us to make their home something that they could love forever. There is a lot of great information in this article about options, costs, and trends that we see in the Aging In Place marketplace.
Hampshire Gazette - The High Price of Caregiving
This article explores the financial hardship of dealing with accessibility issues on a daily basis. For this project, we took an attached two car garage and turned it into a fully wheelchair accessible apartment. This client loves the fact that he has complete independence and can maneuver around in a motorized wheelchair without having to worry about the traditional impediments (thresholds, narrow doors, etc.).
We are very excited to help spread the word on the Aging In Place trend - one of our core goals is to always help educate where ever and whenever we meet people. Without better education and overall acceptance of the accessibility needs of an aging population, we will continue to be ill-prepared and reactionary, versus being proactive. If any of these articles resonates with you or your loved ones, be sure to reach out to us and Schedule a Free In-Home Accessibility Assessment - it's the least we can do to keep you or your loved ones safe at home.