“Aging in place” is the current buzzword for the generation of Baby Boomers who would much prefer to stay in their homes. What does it really mean?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution for someone whose physical or cognitive ability is changing as they age, or as a chronic condition worsens.

The first step toward finding a personalized solution that encompasses physical needs, safety and practical accessibility is finding an expert to trust.

Andrew Sever is an occupational therapist who specializes in home accessibility and has 20 years of experience supporting and empowering his clients to embrace life despite their changing needs and abilities.  If you are looking for honest, professional and objective advice, contact Andrew.


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