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Importance of Being a Certified Aging In-Place Specialist

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According to the National Association of Homebuilders, baby boomers make up 28 percent of the United States’ population. The baby boomer group includes anyone who was born between the years of 1946 and 1964.  With aging, comes difficulty.

Regular tasks such as climbing a set of stairs or going to the bathroom have become burdensome. Mobility123 solutions to these issues. We are Certified Aging In-Place Specialists (CAPS) and make it our goal to help you regain your freedom. You may have some questions about what it means to be a Certified Aging In-Place Specialist. We have answers.

What is a Certified Aging In-Place Specialist?

This is a construction credential that helps one remain in their home safely and comfortable regardless of their age, income or ability level. To become a specialist, you must go through training. Builders, architects, remodelers, designers and occupational therapists can all be credentialed. They make it possible for seniors to stay in their home, instead of a nursing home or assisted living facility.

What type of training does such a specialist go through?

The CAPS program focuses on designing and constructing elegant, aesthetically enriching and barrier-free environments. We have been trained in the strategies and techniques that include a focus on the unique needs of the older adult population, aging in-place home modifications, common remodeling projects and solutions to common barriers.

What can a CAPS do for me?

A Certified Aging In-Place Specialist can remodel your home to help you safely move around, make preparing meals and eating in your kitchen easier and change your bathroom for improved use. All rooms in your home can be constructed for better use and mobility.

Why choose Mobility123?

We are a Certified Aging In-Place Specialist and also endorsed by Age In Place Professionals, which is a network of businesses focused on the special needs of seniors. We design and install home elevators, wheelchair lifts, bath lifts, portable ramps, vehicle ramps, walk-in tubs, toilet raisers, stairlifts and much more for Philadelphia and South Jersey residents.

To learn more about our Certified Aging In-Place solutions such stair lift installations in Philadelphia, you can call us at 856-528- 9366 or visit our website.

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