“We’ve had to move all of our living to downstairs because there’s just no way to get me in the wheelchair upstairs”
- Child or adult who is or has become disabled
- Caretaker of a person with a physical disability
Who you are
You (or the person you’re caring for) are an independent spirit and you want your home to reflect that. In addition to being highly-functional for you to get around with your assistive devices like a wheelchair, you want your home to be beautiful. You’re particular about your needs and care about living in the best possible, most comfortable home.
What your issues tend to be
Right now, your home has temporary fixes that are allowing you to get around, but it’s far from optimal. Frankly, these stop-gap solutions are getting on your nerves and you’re concerned about how safe they are. For example, getting onto your front porch or getting up the stairs requires help from someone else. Getting through the doorways is also another challenge because most of them are not wide enough.
What you need most right now
Among the modifications you could use are widened doorways, accessible handles, a way to get from one level of your home to another safely and comfortably, a remodeled bathroom that’s high on safety, style, and function.
Your next step: Schedule an in-home “Optimal Home” consultation
Are you thinking about moving into an assistive living facility because you’re unsure if living at home is either feasible or safe any longer? Before spending a large amount of money in attorney, real estate, moving and/or storage fees, not to mention the time, effort and emotional trauma of uprooting yourselves in the middle of your golden years, schedule an appointment with one of our consultants and allow us to spell out your options to allow you to gracefully age in place in the comfort of your own home. Remember, there’s no place like home.
We provide consultative services to architects, builders, remodelers, & trustees of supplemental or special needs trusts to create & assist in implementing adaptable solutions that improve independence in the home & ease the challenges posed to our clients as well as their family.
We also work with law firms and life care planners in an expert witness capacity to assist with case reviews and provide court room testimony for attorney’s clients. We also provide detailed reports that outline accessible home modification projects which includes an objective cost analysis for those proposed modifications. These modifications promote independence for attorney’s clients who are permanently disabled due to a traumatic event, medical malpractice situation etc. and can be used to help substantiate proposed settlements and potentially allow for greater compensation for their clientele.
Professional Consultative Services
- Special needs trusts
- Health care