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Great Story about Whole Home in the Community Press!

Posted on January 09, 2013 by kim

 Mom would like to remain in her home, but you worry about her getting in and out of the tub. Dad doesn’t want to move out, but it’s difficult for him to continue doing the day-to-day things now, such as laundry or cooking.

 You could make some changes to the house that would make it possible for aging parents to remain at home, but what do they need? Can they afford it? And will they be ripped off or get a contractor who doesn’t really understand the needs of older homeowners?

Enter Whole Home, a home modifications service offered by local nonprofit People Working Cooperatively. The service has a new showroom at 6543 Harrison Ave. in Dent that provides modification solutions and products to make homes safer and more accessible for people with temporary or permanent mobility needs.

From grab bars to universal design modifications, the showroom is also an opportunity for people to view and test the latest products for any modifications project.

Whole Home’s services are led by a team of certified aging-in-place specialists – a designation awarded by the National Home Builders Association – who work with medical professionals and their families to assess the needs of the homeowner and then design solutions uniquely tailored to the space, the budget, and health care goals.

Whole Home Services has been helping clients with modification projects since January 2012. The showroom is open Monday-Fridays from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

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