3 Simple Rules for Hiring a Handyman and/or Contractor courtesy of Seniors’ Choice Home Improvement Specialists Rule #1: Have a clear idea of what you want…and make a list! With such a broad reaching profession, it is incumbent on the homeowner or business owner to ask the right questions if you want to hire intelligently.
What is Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) and how is that different from a standard REALTOR®? Simply put, a Seniors Real Estate Specialist® is a REALTOR® who has successfully completed the Seniors Real Estate Specialist® designation program through the National Association of REALTORs®. This program is designed to educate REALTORs® on the unique needs and
Smaart House We empower mature adults to live independently and with dignity in their environment. The great majority of older adults have a strong desire to live in their own homes and communities; but many adaptations need to be made in our homes to accommodate this. Technology is one piece that empowers older adults to
Tips for Preventing Falls at Home from 101 Mobility: Most falls occur at home, but you can take simple steps that will greatly reduce your risk of a fall at home: Bathroom Safety is Top Priority: A wet, slippery bathroom can be the most dangerous place in the home. Installing grab bars, a handheld shower
Many older adults today are making the decision to age in place. Part of that process is living in a safe, accessible home now and into the future. Whether downsizing to a smaller home or making modifications to the one in which you currently live, here are five important home features for successful aging in
According to AAPR, “87% of adults 65+ want to stay in their home and communities as they age.” But successful aging in place is an active process that takes planning and resources. It is the mission of the National Aging in Place Council to be an “informational resource so that you remain active and healthy
Maybe it is something you have been thinking about for a while, or maybe an event triggered the question. Either way, older adults (and their adult children and family) often find themselves asking whether they should consider moving. And if so, when they should move. Each person and circumstance will vary, but be aware of