Home Accessibility Improvements to Help Caregivers

According to the National Center for Caregiving, there are an estimated 44 million American adults who provide unpaid caregiving to seniors and adults with disabilities. Of these, 14 million are considered “high-burden” caregivers who provide 21 or more hours of unpaid caregiving per week. Many of these caregivers are untrained and underprepared. The high stress […]

Spring Is in the Air: Get Outside With These Home Accessibility Tips

We often see homeowners focus their accessibility modification efforts on the most-used rooms of the home, while overlooking their backyards and outdoor living areas. If someone with mobility issues lives in your home or will be visiting, we have good news – there’s a wide variety of solutions to make your outdoor spaces inclusive for all.

Making Your Bathroom a Safe Space

Falls are a serious hazard that the elderly and people with mobility issues face every day – and the majority of falls happen in the bathroom. But with some modifications, the bathroom can be a safe space for people of all mobility levels. Check out our top 10 tops for increasing the safety of your bathroom.