As more and more baby boomers reach retirement, the older population is adapting their homes so they can live safely and independently. These design elements are not just for the elderly however, as universal design is useful for all ages.
In the May issue of Hardware Retailing magazine, editors looked at the aging-in-place movement from different perspectives, including retailers and a remodeler. To learn some of the common aging-in-place modifications, fill out the form below to download the Aging in Place Selling Guide.[Form id=”29″]