Aging-in-Place Renovations (and Morse) Featured in Boston Globe

Aging in Place article Boston GlobeAging-in-Place is a topic that is very important to us. We renovate with aging-in-place in mind, Paul is a NAHB Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) and a member of the National Aging-in-Place Council, and Paul and Karen Morse recently renovated their own home so they can stay put as they age. Paul has testified at the Massachusetts State House on visitability and aging-in-place issues and we recently wrote a guide to aging-in-place renovations. So when Boston Globe correspondent Jay Fitzgerald contacted Paul for an article about aging-in-place renovations, he was more than happy to share his thoughts.

Jay's article -- entitled "Aging in YOUR Place" -- was published in the April 13, 2013 Boston Sunday Globe. The article features photos of Paul and Karen's own home, as well as extensive comments from Paul. We'd love to know what you think of the article. You can read it on the Boston Globe website here.

If you have any comments or questions, please post them on the blog or email Paul.

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