Aging In Place
A significant concern as people grow older is that they may have to leave their home. This would mean leaving behind a comfortable setting, familiar community, and many memories. In addition, a certain amount of control is lost when one leaves home. This control provides the feeling of dignity, quality of life, and independence. Remaining in one’s home provides a sense of security. Aging in place successfully requires planning. To accommodate physical, mental and psychological changes that are associated with aging, changes will be required in your home.
Currently, 10,000 people per day turn 65, and this trend is expected to continue for the next 20 years.
The aging process is blamed for many problems seniors may encounter with daily activities. Quite often the home is the cause of these difficulties.
Allied Plumbing Is Equipped To Assist In Your Homes.
Some of the issues listed below are examples of items Allied can provide:
- Bath seat in the tub or shower
- Bath tub with a transfer bench
- Walk-in tubs
- Showers with low or no threshold
- Grab bar installs in showers, tubs, and by toilets
- Walk in showers with a pull-down seat
- Comfort height toilets
- Lever or touch faucets