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Home Lighting Solutions for Aging Eyes

Did you know that the typical 60-year old adult only receives about 35% of the available light that the typical 20-year old does?

As we get older, there are many changes […]

7 Ways Exercise will Help you Age in Place Gracefully

As we get older, exercise becomes more difficult.  But it also becomes more important, especially if we wish to age in place.

You might spend a lot of time and money […]

Is Aging in Place the Best Decision?

More than 90% of older adults say they would prefer to age in their home.  This shouldn’t be a surprise since aging at home gives older adults a sense of […]

Medications & the Risk of Falling

More than 30% of adults over the age of 65 will fall at least once this year.
A combination of factors leads to an increased risk of falling as we age. […]

Helping your Parents Gain Internet Access

Do you have a parent or loved one over 75 who isn’t familiar with or comfortable using the internet?

If so, it’s time to help them!

Wherever your parents are at, there […]

Best Apps for those 65+

There are SO many beneficial uses for technology for the aging at home and accessibility industries.  And tablets like the iPad provide a lightweight and manageable option for those who […]

Preparing Communities for Aging in Place

Aging in place is the increasingly popular decision to remain in one’s home instead of choosing a nursing or other elder care facility.  We recently came across an article that […]

Reducing the Risk of Falling in your Home

Did you know that falling is the leading cause of death and injury among those over the age of 65? 
Falls are harmful for older adults not just because they […]

Products that Make Any Bathroom More Safe

When we talk to aging individuals about our services and products, some tell us they don’t need accessibility and safety products or home modifications to their bathrooms yet, such as […]

Alzheimer’s: A Preventable and Curable Disease?

It seems like every year we’re getting new recommendations from experts regarding disease prevention, our diets, and exercise regime. More often than not the recommendations conflict with previous information from […]