Aging in place is the ability to live in one's own home, in a familiar environment, safely, comfortably and confidently for as long as possible. Livability can be extended through the incorporation of universal design principles, other assistive technologies.

How Long do you plan to live in your current home?

  • If you are like most American over the age 45, you want to continue living in a familiar environment throughout your later years. According to the AARP, older homeowners overwhelmingly prefer to age in place, which means living in one's own home safely, comfortably and confidently as long as possible.

How should you modify your home to make it more comfortable?

  • One of the first steps to age-in-place is you will probably need to make modifications to your home as you mature to increase access and maneuverability. These home modifications are customized to meet your particular needs.

Who can you rely on for guidance to modify your home?

A Certified-Aging-Place Specialist (CAPS) has been trained in:‚Äč

  • The unique needs of the older population
  • Aging-in-Place home modifications
  • Common remodeling projects
  • Solutions to common barriers

There are four components necessary to successfully age-in-place:

Home Repair and Modification - Safety features can make the difference between a safe and happy home, and an unsafe residence that virtually imprisons an older person or forces her or him to vacate.

Fall Prevention - The fall prevention component of our Aging-In-Place Initiative has two parts: community education and training, and direct services to our clients.

Mental Health - Aging causes a number of physical changes. Many of these changes have a domino effect. Physical problems such as reduced mobility, vision or hearing; and disorders such as dementia or mental illness - coupled with lack of family support - often leave older people isolated and vulnerable in their homes.

In-Home Care - Routine and necessary tasks such as shopping, house-cleaning, meal planning and preparation or bathing can become overwhelming for an older adult who is frail or disabled. Our partners can address health care needs.

Note: In the case Aging-in-Place, one option does NOT fit the needs of everyone. We match the products, services and community resources to fit your needs.

Accessibility for those with a disability means accessibility for all.

New Beginning Relocation Service LLC

Cincinnati, Ohio 45240

Transitional & Aging in Place Specialist