By 2031, about 23 per cent of Canadians could be seniors. By 2061, there could be 12 million seniors to just eight million children in Canada. For fiscal reasons, adult children are staying at home longer & in-law suites are popular.
The growing number of retired Baby Boomers has created both wealth and fiscal concern. Most want to enjoy this new found freedom with anticipation but also awareness of possible health needs. This is called 'Aging in Place'.
35+ year Veteran Interior Designer, Jan Addams, is going to share 4 steps on how you can prepare yourself and home for this transition and create your own 'Resort Style Life'.CLICK HERE TO START THE TRAINING
Learn about Universal Design & Aging in Place - Resort Style
Are you a Baby Boomer that is considering 'downsizing or right sizing' and curious about how to where you should start your next Renovation or New Build and what it will cost? You won't want to miss this oppurtunity to get FREE Designer advice on:
Baby Boomers are entering retirement with a desire for better health and places to wisely spend their wealth through fun, travel and age gracefully in place enjoying their home with their mate and extended family.
Some don't want to retrofit their homes with 'age convenient' products for 1 of 3 reasons: Pride (people will think I’m old); denial (I'm fine, I don’t need that stuff); and myths (the renos will hurt the resale value of my home).
Imagine your favourite holiday location... Ours is a condo by the ocean that has everything we need - easily accessible. I'll show you how I incorporated current & stylish 'age in place' conveniences to create our 'Resort Style Life'!