Linda Pierce, OTR/L

Your Aging In Place Specialist



Things to consider for aging in place:

  • how well you get in and out of your home
  • how well you move about in your home
  • ease of access to frequently used items
  • your safety


Some Common aging in place solutions are:

  • Widening doorways for use with walkers or wheelchairs
  • Handrails and grab bar installation in strategic places
  • Ramps or stair lifts for inaccessible stairs
  • Installing brighter improved lighting (combination of florescent and incandescent) 
  • ​Curbless shower entry with adjustable shower head/spray
  • Many endless options personalized for your special needs

Aging in Place refers to the ability to live in your current home​ while maintaining or increasing your quality of life.

​There is no one-size-fits-all solution, and finding an expert you can trust to guide you through this process is the first step in making positive results that will work for you.


Make your environment work for you, not against you