As Holocaust survivors in their 90s and not able to get out much to visit one another, Dr. Barnes wanted to find a way to enable his mother Rose and aunt Mary to live together as he knew it would bring them companionship and great joy.
Rose was recently widowed and no longer happy at the Scottsdale senior living community where she’d lived for eight years. She wanted to move. Finding another nice senior living community wouldn’t be difficult, but Mary lived in her own Scottsdale home, loved it and did not want to leave. So, Dr. Barnes wondered whether Mary’s home could be re-designed and remodeled for aging-in-place to make the home safer and accommodate the ladies (Rose has mild dementia and Mary has Alzheimer’s) and a full-time caregiver.
“I searched for the best, most credentialed, specialized interior design professional to explore the feasibility of an aging in place remodel and chose Bonnie Lewis.” Continue reading