Frequently Asked Questions

What is "Aging in Place"?

"Aging in Place" is a term used to describe remaining in one's own home as long as possible and not having to move due to changing needs.

What does an Aging in Place Specialist do?

A CAPS (Certified Aging in Place Specialist) professional assesses the particular conditions and needs of a client and then evaluates their home in order to offer practical, cost-effective recommendations for accessibility and safety.

What happens at a home review?

A home audit consists of three parts: a pre-audit questionaire (which reviews the individual's current conditions and needs), the room-by-room walk-through evaluation of the home and a recommendation report.

Who will make changes to my home?

Lifelong Home will provide the client with a list of preferred providers of home modification services. Lifelong Home can supply some of the most common adaptation devices, such as grab bars, hand-held shower heads, and lever-type door handles.

How much will the home evaluation cost?

Home evaluations start at $150. There's an additional charge for larger homes or for a sustainability or garden review. Please contact Lifelong Home for specific pricing.