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Aging-In-Place Planning

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home is where you want to be.


Let us connect you to an occupational therapist

to not only help you remain safe in your home, but to ensure all your needs from housekeeping, lawn care, snow removal, medication management, transportation, navigating friendships, family and remaining engaged with what matters most to you is addressed!

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A Roadmap to Aging-In-Place

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1. It Starts with You!

An occupational therapist will spend 1-2 Sessions learning about your needs, the activities you value, and where your current challenges lie. An occupational therapist can help you with your physical, emotional, and cognitive concerns.

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An occupational therapist will visit your home to identify any safety risks in and around it. This session is followed up with a report that documents the recommended home modifications or equipment that would be of benefit to you.  

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3. Getting Connected

An occupational therapist will work alongside you in as many sessions as needed to give you the confidence to access the community resources available to you for services such as housekeeping, yard maintenance, grocery delivery, taking public transit, signing up for classes etc. 

4. Practice, Practice, Practice

Once you've received your new equipment and made your home modifications, an occupational therapist will return to your home to practice using this new equipment safely.  We can also spend as much time as needed practicing any of the strategies we've discussed around medication management, independently accessing the community, navigating relationships with family and friends etc...

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