You're not getting any younger, and at some point you're going to have to face the fact that one day you will no longer be able to live on your own.
But don't worry, we've got you covered! We've put together a guide of questions to ask aging in place specialists so you can find the right person for the job. With their help, you'll be able to make the necessary changes in your home so you can continue living there comfortably and safely for years to come.
Age in place specialists are experienced professionals who can help make your life easier. They understand what it takes to remodel a home for seniors, and they have access to all the latest technology and resources that can help make your transition as smooth as possible.
Introducing the Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) designation program, a comprehensive training program developed by the NAHB Remodelers, NAHB Research Center, 50+ Housing Council, and the AARP. This program equips businesses with the necessary knowledge and skills to cater to the needs of the elderly.
But what exactly is CAPS? It is a designation that identifies individuals who have been trained to assist seniors and older adults in safely aging in their own homes.
Created by the NAHB Remodelers in partnership with Home Innovation Research Labs, NAHB 50+ Housing Council, and the AARP, the CAPS program offers professionals the opportunity to acquire technical, business management, and customer service skills required to serve older adults effectively.
Discover how a Certified Aging in Place Specialist can provide a variety of services, ranging from home remodeling to healthcare support, to ensure that seniors can age comfortably at home.
So don't wait, download this guide today and let us help you get started on your journey!