Change The Dialogue About Aging In Place

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October 18, 2016

HomeAdvisor’s 2016 Aging in Place Report finds that baby boomers are hesitant to invest in aging-related home improvements and older homeowners want to thrive in place, not age. In fact, by calling it “thriving in place,” a builder or remodeler can get younger homeowners excited about such features as base drawers in the kitchen, which are easier to access, or a bench seat in a new steam shower.

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