Helpful Home Modifications for Seniors with Disabilities

Many older individuals desire to grow old in their homes, promoting independence and involvement in the community. However, the aging process often leads to health challenges like cognitive decline and limited mobility, which can jeopardize their ability to live independently. For most seniors, modifying and renovating their homes can provide a practical way to adapt their living environments to their changing needs.

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To help seniors and their loved ones, created a guide that explores a range of practical home modification options that cater to evolving needs. Additionally, it outlines accessible avenues for financial assistance to facilitate these crucial home improvements.



When you consider adding modifications, start with these tips:

Plan Ahead

Assess your Health

Set your Budget

Decide on a Timeline

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