Chuck Miller Construction Inc
5867 W. Hidden Springs Dr.
Hidden Springs, Idaho 83714
Reg #: RCE-91
Aging in Place means living in one’s home independently regardless of age or ability.
Imagine building a house when you're young that you can live in as you age: wide doorways can accommodate both a stroller and a wheelchair; towel racks in the kitchen double as grab bars as balance grows unsteady; and entryways are smooth to prevent tripping. Builders incorporate these concepts of universal design to create homes that are barrier-free without looking purposely modified.
All About Aging-In-Place
Aging-In-Place means living in one's home independently regardless of age or physical ability. How big is Aging-In-Place?
Aging-In-Place Design Checklist
Are you wondering how to incorporate
some aesthetically pleasing designs into your projects? If so, the Aging-In-Place Design Checklists might be suited to your needs.
What Is Universal Design?
Univeral Design is the process of embedding choice for all people in the things we design.
Take a photo tour of a universal design kitchen and see examples of these choices.
Partners In Remodeling for Aging-In-Pace
In 2005, AARP began a 10-Year Social Impact Agenda. The goal was that people aged 50+ will have independence, choice, and control in ways that are beneficial and affordable for them and for soc
Certified Aging In Place Specialist (CAPS)
NAHB, in partnership with AARP and the NAHB Research Center, developed the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) program - ?the leading national educational designation designed to teach professi
Want to Keep Living in Your Home?
Learn what AARP has to say about finding certified designers, builders and other pros who can make your house safe and comfortable for as long as you want to live there.
The Doable, Renewable Home
by John Salmen provides solid, practical information on adapting home environment to individual needs and assist older persons The Doable, Renewable Home: Making Your Home Fit Your Needs
Design For Dimentia
The guide explores how better product and environment design can improve quality of life for care home residents with dementia. The design ideas developed are a practical response to the challenge