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A “TITAN” of a chair!

All Titan chairs include a luxuriously upholstered seat and back, enhancing the look and feel of today’s senior care homes. Titan chairs are rated in excess of 800 lbs. All Titan chairs feature a lifetime frame warranty, a 15-year foam warranty, and a 5-year fabric warranty. Titan seating is USA made. Unique to the Titan […]

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Retire to Florida – 10 Reasons Why You Should!

Article by: Moira McGarvey, Founder, GangsAway! When I was kid, my grandparents left Long Island and moved to Florida. At first, I was incredulous. My grandparents moved so far away from me! (I had really thought that their world revolved around me. Apparently not.) But when we took our first trip down to visit them on a […]

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Top Ten Design Trends for Aging In Place

Top Client Requests 1. First off, although the link to the kitchen and bath is more global than specific, it seems worth mentioning that people are looking at ways to create a level entry and generally more open plans with more clear floor space for easier maneuvering. The newest international residential code allows for the […]

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Aging in Place: Home Exterior

One aspect of remodeling for aging in place that does not get enough consideration is a home’s exterior. As you age, maintaining the outside of our homes can increasingly become a burden. Using these home exterior ideas from, you can plan ahead for maintenance that can help you achieve a lower level of upkeep […]

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6 Amazing Lifestyle & Healthcare Technology Products

Lifestyle and healthcare technology are some of the hottest topics, especially around this time of the year with the CES having just passed. There have been many tech products in the past few years that promised to change the world or at least how we live our lives; most have not lived up to those promises. […]

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Aging in Place: Bedrooms

People spend more time in their bedroom compared to other areas of the home. So, it makes sense that it be the focus of some substantial effort if you are going to make any aging in place changes or remodeling. These are some great aging in place bedroom ideas to make your room more usable, comfortable […]

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Aging in Place: Bathrooms

If you are remodeling your bathroom, keep in mind that space will be a greater issue as you age. As you transition from mid-life to senior to elderly, planning for the use of canes, wheelchairs, walkers or similar assistive devices is a good idea. The ideal situation would be to have plenty of clear space to […]

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Aging in Place: Kitchen Ideas

The kitchen has always been a place for family and socializing. Making changes for aging in place in the kitchen space can greatly increase its usability and the safety of those that live there. With home modification, people will no longer have to spend less time in the kitchen as they age. On the link […]

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Gary Gladwish

Future Proofing – New Advancements in aging-in-place strategies!

There are some wonderfully thoughtful tips for aging-in-place from Dwell Magazine this month including keeping homes on one level with plentiful natural light, zero-step thresholds, nonslip, radiant-heated concrete floors, wide doorways, easy-to-reach shelves, ramps leading to the street, extra space for caregivers, wheelchair accommodating kitchen counters, built-in shower benches and guardrails throughout the space. For the full […]

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Spring is here…a time for new beginnings

The weather is perfect in Florida this time of year…cool, low humidity, sun shining, nice breeze…perfect for a day at the beach with a good book and then bundling up for a sunset at the end of your day. Spring is nature’s time of renewal- a hope for a new beginning. The trees have been through a […]

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