Typically when a parent or Senior gets old they start to look to retirement and Senior homes. Being A Senior Accredited Agent has taught me that one of the first things to seek out is a way to keep a Senior in the home if it makes sense and make that an option.
1. Bathroom Renovations:
2. Chair Lifts and Elevators:
A chair lift is typically the most cost effect thing to get someone upstairs in a house. There is also an option to create a single personal elevator in the house. Both are costly in their own way.
3. Hospital Adjustable Bed:
4. Ramps & Step Elevator:
5. Home Automation:
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