Enhances “Aging in Place” Offering

Internet senior housing leader adds remodeler to respond to growing demand to “stay in ones own home.”

Irvine, CA, September 09, 2008 --( today announced the further expansion of its “Aging in Place” offering.

Today’s seniors are more active than ever. They are active in their communities and highly independent. According to the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) the fastest growing segment of the residential remodeling industry is “aging in place”. One of the biggest threats to that independence is the barriers and hazards that can be found in most of the homes that seniors live in. Recently many newspaper and magazine articles are discussing these various issues and providing suggestions as to what they can do to remedy them. But the question remains; “Who do you use?” is pleased to introduce Aging-In-Place Remodeling who can provide the answers homeowners are looking for.

Aging-In-Place Remodeling ( is focused on helping seniors age in their homes safely and independently. Aging-In-Place Remodeling also incorporates all aspects of Universal Design. When one considers the safety and convenience of his/her guests in the home, Universal Design becomes an undistinguishable central theme for living. provides a comprehensive source of housing information and services for seniors and their caregivers. The mission of is to provide education services to the senior population. The site serves as a resource and advocate in areas of importance to the well-being of the senior community, with primary attention given to housing, health, recreational, cultural, and counseling.

The site’s expanded “Aging in Place” section includes the following topics:
- Changes Related to Aging
- Fire Safety Checklist
- Home Assessment including a Senior Difficulty Checklist
- Low Vision Checklist
- Pointers For Hiring Personal Care Help
- Possible Assistance Needed
- Remodeling Your Home
- Safety Related Items
- What and Why "Aging in Place"
- What is a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community or "NORC"

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