Stay In Your
Own Home Longer

Safety & Accessibility Modifications for Your Home

aging In Place

It’s normal to feel confused, vulnerable, or even angry when you realize you can’t do the things you used to do. It is difficult to rely on others for help and it's okay to grieve the loss of independence.  An Age In Place Specialist can recommend and help make modifications so that you can safely remain in your home. Simple changes like installing grab bars or major renovations such as a bathroom remodel, our Contractors oversee the entire project from start to finish.

Stairs & Accessibility
  • We assess and implement cost effective solutions needed to improve access to the home
  • Creating no-Step Entry ways
  • Installation of temporary or permanent metal or wooden ramps
  • Regrading and leveling paving materials
  • We research and coordinate installation of new electric chair lifts
  • Adding railings
  • We can widen doors and hallways
safer Bathrooms
  • Helping our clients access one of the most important rooms in the house - the bathroom
  • Stability bars
  • Wheelchair accessible sinks
  • Barrier-Free wheelchair accessible showers
  • Updated toilets
  • Installation of walk-in bathtubs​
things you didn't think about
  • We help our clients to feel comfortable and safe in their house
  • Installing remote locks, doorbell and security cameras
  • Replacing door knobs with lever style knobs
  • Improve and/or automate lighting
  • Install new floors to prevent slips, trips and falls
  • Raise front load washer & dryer machines for better accessibility
  • Modify cabinets into drawers for easier access
"She wanted to stay in her home... stay where she's always lived. Where her memories were..."

Maurice had a stroke last year, and needed to learn to walk again. He lived in a lovely bungalow but he had 2 steps leading up to his front door, and traditional bath/shower combos. Maurice's daughter called the Transition Network while Maurice was still in the hospital. Our Safety & Accessibility Contractor, arranged for a temporary ramp and installed grab support bars throughout the bathroom.  Once he got stronger, Maurice was able to manage the stairs to his front door on his own with the help of a new rail.