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CategoriesAccessible Adaptive Design Aging in Place
There’s nothing like a fresh coat of paint to brighten up your home, and chase your blues away on a cold, winter day! If you’...
As the holidays approach, many of us will soon begin to prepare for overnight guests. In most cases, that means clean sheet...
Let’s face it. When you take on a big home remodeling project, you want to make sure you find a contractor who can get the jo...
Linda and John Rutherford want to age in place in their River Falls, WI home. Find out what they did to make it possible. Dow...
There is no reason for aging or a disability to restrict your independence and quality of life in your home. And, the good ne...
How do you makeover a kitchen in 2022, while preserving the architectural style of 1934? Mission accomplished! Download Case ...
What does it take to transform a master and small bedroom into a master suite with a curbless shower, roll-under sink, and la...
The holidays have lots of ins and outs, so if you have family members and friends with mobility challenges, consider making t...
According to the Minnesota Department of Human Services, 99,000 people aged 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s disease ...
Are you including home renovations in your long-term care plan? If not, you may want to think about it, especially if you wan...
80% of falls with people over age 65 happen in the bathroom, and 60% of those who fall end up in the emergency room. Let’s t...
Your home is your stable place as the world changes around you, and I’m guessing you want to remain in it, as you grow older....