Home Checklist

Home Checklists provide detailed information regarding potential safety hazards in and around a home that should be corrected to allow the occupants to live a comfortable and safe life in their own home. These changes allow occupants an opportunity to age in place.

Stylish Home Updates That Make Aging Easier

AARP is a great source of information for seniors. One of the major areas of focus has always been on Aging-in-Place.

Check out this recent article that "explains how large and small renovations, stylish updates and space reconfigurations can improve safety and quality of life — allowing you to live more comfortably now and into the future.​"

Preventing Falls at Home: Room by Room

Many falls happen at home, where we spend much of our time and tend to move around without thinking about our safety. There are many changes you can make to your home that will help prevent falls and better ensure your safety.

HomeFit Guide

A free publication (available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese) featuring smart ways to make a home comfortable, safe and a great fit for older adults — and people of all ages.

This is where you start your Aging-in-Place journey and help protect yourself and family members from unnecessary falls or other injuries.

Can be viewed online, downloaded or ordered as a hardcopy document from AARP.


Check out the following YouTube video for a brief introduction into the concepts promoted through the HomeFit Guide.

HomeFit Webinar Tour (youtube.com)

Check for Safety - A Home Prevention Checklist for Older Adults

To help avoid falls, use this checklist to find and fix hazards in your home.

Your Home Checklist for Aging in Place

Start with small projects and anticipate future needs.

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