Aging in Place Design provides safer living at home and in home environments, including retirement communities and senior living centers, by incorporating specific types of modifications for aging in place that help prevent injuries associated with aging.

What Types of Modifications for Aging in Place are Made?

The most common modifications are made in areas of the home that pose the greatest risk for injuries.

Since most injuries are related to decreased mobility, an increased risk for falling and reduced vision, the areas of the home that are most essential include Aging-in-Place remodel designs for the following:

  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchens
  • Living Rooms
  • Interior and Exterior Entryways and Walkways
  • Floors and Surfaces
  • Lighting

Working with 55+ TLC Interior Design

At 55+ TLC Interior Design, we’re dedicated to helping transition homes and communities into safe, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing environments that support longevity and independence now and in the future.

Our renovation and remodel design services focus on creating beautiful spaces that speak to your senses, match your style and are functional for all phases of life, as well as being a wise investment.

To schedule a consultation, contact award-winning and certified Aging-in-Place and Senior Living Interior Designer Bonnie Lewis at (480) 696-3187 or bonnie@55plusTCL.com.