As our aging loved ones get older they need extra care, but do not necessarily want the upheaval of moving from their residence. This is described as ‘aging in place’. This term refers to the desire of aging ones and their families to adjust their current residence to cater to their growing needs. While there are many ways to help them with these needs, making appliances more convenient to use may be a good place to start.
Here are some tips;
These are just some ideas to help our aging loved ones ‘age in place’ and make it easier while they use their appliances.
So many children (and maybe adults) love having a trampoline in their own back yard. Trampolines can be a lot of fun and good exercise, but can also be extremely dangerous and cause injuries if not used safely
Keep this in mind:
Mike McFadden, Certified Master Home Inspector in Orlando, FL