Senior-Friendly Home Renovations a Must Amid Growing Aging Population

The latest poll from the CIBC showed that 42 percent of Canadian homeowners are planning on renovating their homes, and the majority of them are mainly concerned about giving their interiors a facelift through repainting and flooring projects. However, they may be overlooking another important consideration when it comes to considering a renovation depending on their stage in life and that of their family members that visit their home; making their home senior-friendly.

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Seminar To Provide Aging In Place Solutions For Local Seniors

With the Creating Homes For Life Seminar  just around the corner – this Saturday February 25th from 9am -12pm at the Chestermere Recreation Centre – we thought we would bring you an article featured in the Chestemere Anchor that one of our esteemed colleagues wrote in regards to the topic at hand – Aging In Place. Patricia Virk, Mortgage Specialist with BMO, provided an interesting perspective on the value of providing seniors with Aging In Place solutions. For local seniors who are concerned about how long they will be able to remain living comfortably in their own homes, or for those who might want

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Feb 25th Creating Homes For Life Seminar Will Discuss Aging In Place Initiatives

Many of us who have lived in the same home for a good portion of our lives at one point or another find ourselves at a crossroads questioning whether we should renovate or make a move and start new. Have you found yourself  pondering lately how quickly the years have flown by and why what seemed like it was just the latest decorating trend now seems so out of date? Perhaps it is the floor plan that no longer seems to make sense (or perhaps never did!) or simply no longer fits your family’s current lifestyle needs? Maybe you are thinking

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