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Age in Place Edmonton, Canada
Would you like to live longer and in the comfort of your own home? Ready to "Senior Smart" your home?
Statistics show that people live longer when they are able to remain in their own homes as they age. Our goal is to help you live comfortably and independently. Statistics also show that 63% of falls happen in the home and 40% of these result in death. Our goal is to modify/remodel your home so you can live safely in it for many more years.
We have assembled a team of professionals that are ready to assist you with your home modifications. We offer in-home assessments, customized solutions, and financial options.
Our team consists of certified consultants, designers, contractors, electricians, plumbers, financial advisors, realtors, and occupational therapists. We have access to whoever and whatever it takes to help you stay in your home longer and safer.
Modifications to the home may include adding safety features such as grab bars and non-slip flooring, improving lighting, and widening doorways to accommodate wheelchairs or walkers.
Overall, aging in place can provide a fulfilling and comfortable lifestyle for older adults, allowing them to remain in their homes and communities with the support they need to live independently and maintain their quality of life.
The cost of Aging in Place specialty items can vary depending on the specific item. Some common Aging in Place specialty items include:
Grab bars: $20 to $200 or more depending on the length and quality of the bar.
Comfort height toilets: $350 to $850 or more depending on the design.
Shower chairs or benches: $70 to $400 or more depending on the design and materials used.
Stairlifts: $2,000 to $12,000 or more depending on the length of the staircase and the specific features needed.
Walk-in bathtubs: $2,500 to $10,000 or more depending on the size and features included.
Wheelchair ramps: $1,000 to $5,000 or more depending on the length and materials used.
Age in Place Podcast
Presenting an interesting podcast for seniors on financial services, mortgages and related retirement concerns.