Aging in Place Design supports safe and comfortable living with scientifically-backed design principles that take into account our changing needs as we age and supports individuals with smart design that helps prevent injuries and falls in the home and other environments.
Where is Aging in Place Design Used?
Created to support people as they age, Aging-in-Place Design is ideal for those who want to remain in their own home throughout retirement.
The design principle is also ideal for senior living communities and senior living centers, and is used in many medical practices, by the travel industry and by home builders.
Planning for Aging in Place
If you’re like most people over the age of 45, you’re looking forward to retirement and the days you’ll spend doing the things you enjoy most in a home you love. Aging-in-Place Design helps you do that with design modifications that take into account your changing needs in the years to come.
Not just for older, retired people, Aging-in-Place design anticipates and can help prevent common injuries that can seriously impact your quality of life and your ability to live independently.
Early planning and adoption of Aging-in-Place Design can make a difference in your quality of life by incorporating design elements today that will help you adjust to subtle physical changes that can begin in your 40s and 50s.
Those changing capabilities include the following:
- Reduced vision
- Reduced hearing
- Decreased mobility
- Increased Risk of Falling
Everyone ages, being proactive and incorporating Aging-in-Place Design into your home is an important step toward maintaining an independent lifestyle.
For more information and to schedule a consultation for Aging-in-Place Design, call Designer Bonnie Lewis at (480) 696-3187.
What Areas of the Home Need Aging-in-Place Design?
Common areas of the home that can be improved with Aging in Place Design and Aging-in-Place Remodel Design are the following:
- Aging in Place Design for Bathrooms
- Aging in Place Design for Kitchens
- Aging in Place Design for Living Rooms
- Aging in Place Design for Entryways and Walkways
- Aging in Place Design for Floors and Surfaces
- Aging in Place Design for Lighting
How to Get Started with Aging-in-Place Design
Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists (CAPS) are trained and knowledgeable about home modifications for people’s needs as they age.
Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist and Senior Living Interior Designer Bonnie Lewis combines the knowledge of aging-in-place, the science and art of designing for aging adults, and remodel design to provide long-term, aesthetically pleasing solutions that empower vibrant living, longevity and independence. The types of modifications for aging in place can make your home safer.
For more information and to schedule a consultation for Aging-in-Place Design, call Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist and Senior Living Interior Designer Bonnie Lewis at (480) 696-3187.
Can Aging-in-Place Design Be Beautiful?
Yes. Aging-in-Place Design can be designed to fit your style, from traditional, to contemporary, to modern and everything in between.
Award-winning, Aging-in-Place and Senior Living Designer Bonnie Lewis, Allied ASID, Assoc. IIDA, CAPS, founder of 55+ TLC Interior Design, LLC, prides herself in delivering beautiful aging-in-place interior design and remodel design solutions that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are safe.
Call (480) 696-3187 today for more information.