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Kitchen Accessibility: How To Make My Kitchen Easier To Use

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 17, 2017 11:50:00 AM / by Jeff LaBombard posted in Kitchen Accessibility

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As we age, many seniors are deciding that they want to be able to live in their own homes for as long as possible. Changing physical needs, however, make it necessary to examine the house carefully in order to ensure that it meets all the characteristics needed in order for you to remain there. The kitchenis the cause of over 14% of elderly home accidents and is filled with potential hazards that could make living at home difficult. Wondering whether or not your kitchen is accessible for Aging In Place? Take a look at some of these suggestions and guidelines recommended by the Americans with Disabilities Act.


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The 3 Most Important Home Accessibility Renovations

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 19, 2014 12:09:00 PM / by Mike LaBombard posted in Bathroom Accessibility, Kitchen Accessibility, Home Accessibility

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StairsThe 3 Most Important Home Accessibility Renovations:

One Step At A Time

Renovating a home can be an expensive process depending on a number of factors (materials, designs, complexity, etc.). However, depending on your accessibility needs, you do have the flexibility to take things one step at a time and focus your resources on a few key locations. This blog will walk through what we believe to be the three most important places in your home that should be renovated for maximum accessibility. 

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