CAPS and Universal Design in the News

Consumer Reports gets tips from CAPS educators on making homes comfortable, safe and
convenient for any age:
"Stay in Your Home – Smart adaptions will ensure it ages well as you get older"

Recent interview by Washington Post of several CAPS educators and NAHB Remodelers:
- "Accommodations for elderly have crossover appeal for younger home owners.

Profile of a family and their remodeler who believe universal design holds universal

- "Home living can have universal design, universal appeal"

The Idaho Statesman tells the story of a professional remodeler whose passion for CAPS began
after building a new home for his father, a disabled veteran:

- "Seniors, people with disabilities in the Treasure Valley and nation want homes that let them age in place"

CNN Money explores the rise in multigenerational households:
- "The new American household: 3 generations, 1 roof"

The topic of getting paid for an aging-in-place assessment is covered by Senior Housing News:
- "Aging in Place Consultations—Getting Paid for Giving Advice"