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Accessible Design Checklist for Aging-in-Place

Updated: Mar 1, 2022

Making the decision to stay in your home or move when facing new or evolving physical challenges can feel overwhelming. Having a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) help you assess your home can be an extremely helpful first step. When I assess a home, I review design and function through the lens of what accessible design changes will make the home more easily useable for the homeowner and/or visiting friends and family with varying degrees of mobility. Sometimes the changes needed can be too extensive to warrant renovation. In those instances, I work with my clients to see what is necessary for immediate function and how that will affect resale value. We then work together to find a new home that will more easily meet their current and future needs.

Here is a list that can be incredibly useful for homeowners who are ready to start the process.

Aging in Place Remodeling Checklist

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