Aging in Place

What the Most Recent Medical Research Says about Insomnia in Older Adults

What the Most Recent Medical Research Says about Insomnia in Older Adults Older adults sleep less than they used to. And they are often told that’s how things should be. The first statement is a reality. The second is a stubborn myth, sometimes even spread by our own physicians. Sleep deprivation bothers nearly half of […]

Preventing Medical Emergencies

”We never thought it could happen to us,” this is the commonest response of the people that face an earthquake, fire, or even a medical emergency. They may also wonder if it could be prevented. The answer is”yes.” In fact, much of what will happen in any emergency, including medical emergencies, can be predicted. By […]

Downsizing Tips for Seniors

Tips for downsizing seniors Many Americans are making the decision to downsize, whether it be moving to a smaller home or getting rid of excess stuff. While this is an excellent stride toward living more simply, it may pose specific challenges for seniors. Giving up items and moving away from familiar surroundings can be quite […]

14 Senior Tech Ease Ideas from AIP Experts

The most efficient way to lower long-term care costs is to remain at home and to delay nursing home placement. People can stay in their homes using home and community-based services. What cost-effective means will keep them safe and independent? We think it’s technology. But which ones? Here are 14 technologies seniors should use to […]

What Vehicles Suit YOU and Your NEEDS?

What vehicles suit you and your needs? Do you know what you need in a vehicle? Would vehicle shopping be simpler if you had a list of the exact vehicles that meet your needs?  Here we have a great guide, sent to us by Marcus at BlueBird Care, to the best cars for older and disabled shoppers. […]

Katy Fike’s ASA 2014 speech on “Aging in Place” Technology

I have a deep respect for my fellow colleague in the “Aging in Place” technology, entrepreneurial, and start-up sector, Ms. Katy Fike.  I was honored to have her and 2 other industry professionals on a national webinar with EtMM about 18 months ago, and boy has she taken off since! While we here at ADM […]

Japan: Ahead of the U.S. for “Aging in Place”

First of all, let me just say that I’m sincerely sorry to our readers and subscribers for my blogging absence the last few months.  Ever since I went to Japan in October, I’ve been slammed at my Architecture firm (and that’s a good thing after the last 6 years of “recession”).  But enough about that, […]

Is “Visitable” the New “SEX” in Housing?

Well it SELLS, doesn’t it?  We all know the advertising and marketing mantra “sex sells”.  Some statistics say that 20% of ALL advertising is selling S-E-X nowadays, including everything from vegetable oil, hamburgers, and even internet access.  (see the link above, but at your own discretion… there’s some racy stuff in those ads!) So if […]

Experiencing 65, as a 40 year old – The AGING SUIT

Last week I went into Seattle to the Abodian showroom.  I was invited, as an “Aging in Place Specialist” to come in and try on their rented “AGE Exploration Suit” as part of a presentation on learning more about Aging in Place and Universal Design features of their industry’s leading-edge technology, in cabinetry and storage solutions […]

The Value of “Growing Up Fisher”

I’ve been getting home about 9pm on Tuesday nights from work, due to some architectural deadlines the past 8 weeks.  I walk in the door and flip on the TV for some decompression time.  I’ve been pulled in by a cute family show on NBC that is new to their network lineup – “Growing Up […]

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