Aging-in-place is the term used to describe a person's ability to live in the home of their choice, (whether a house, apartment, condo, etc.) for as long as they are able as they age. This definition also provides for a person's ability to access any of the services they need over time, as their needs change. The ability to stay in one's home longer is something we all strive for as we age. A recent study by the National Aging in Place Council (NAIPC) indicated that more than 90% of older adults would prefer to age-in-place rather than move to some sort of senior housing living situation. New technologies and building techniques can make staying in our homes longer much more possible.
The staff at Accessfull LLC are certified Aging-in-Place Specialists (CAPS), as well as Accessibility Specialists certified by the State of Minnesota through the Department of Labor and Industry. We also have an Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) who can provide guidance to any advanced technology needs. Accessfull LLC will assess your current living arragements and determine what areas need addressing to ensure you and your loved ones can age-in-place longer. We can determine what environmental adaptations can be made to help with safety concerns and home accessibility. We can also provide insights into what technologies are available that can also ensure your ability to stay in your own home longer. This comprehensive assessment is delievered as a report which can be the guiding tool in providing home accessibility improvements and adaptations to your existing home.
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