Making your home a safer place is an important thing to do no matter what stage of life you’re in! Here are five simple, easy tips to improve the safety of your home for now and the future.
When the time comes to make some changes to our homes to make them safe and accessible, we need to figure out how to pay for it. In BC, we are fortunate to have some tax credits available that ultimately reduce the overall costs, as well as a non-repayable grant for those that qualify.
November 6-12 is National Senior Safety Week and Aquassure Accessible Baths would like to remind everyone that Preventing Falls can save you or your loved one’s life. Over one third of seniors will fall this year, many will fall more than once; some will die. Most don’t discuss their falls with their healthcare providers until […]
June 15th is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, a day dedicated to bringing up elder abuse as a topic of conversation, to help spread awareness and education. Elder abuse is the unfortunate dark side of aging, experienced when an individual chooses to take advantage of the person they are intended to be caring for, causing […]
Excerpted from the BC Ministry of Finance website: The home renovation tax credit is back!
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Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) is a certification program administrated by the National Home Builders Association (NHBA) in the US. Builders, architects, designers, remodelers and trade professionals who are members of the NHBA can take the courses and apply for certification as a CAPS professional.