Monthly Archives: December 2014

I Get It. Took a While.

Here are the facts. Over the past year, my husband and I have immersed ourselves in educating others about “age-friendly” living and “life-long” housing. We launched a non-profit organization whose name (Age-Friendly Innovators Inc.) shouts our intentions. We built a home using universal design principles and tour people through to demonstrate the easier living that [...]

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Removing Barriers Is Good Insurance

If you have read our previous blogs you know that Sharon and I have been very involved in issues related to universal design and aging-in-place.  Our journey began in the summer of 2012 when we took the three-day National Association of Home Builders Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist course in Denver, Colorado.  While the training was mainly [...]

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Saving Lives

What I am about to tell you could save your life or the life of a loved one.  We all know about seat belts and how they save lives.  Seat belts are standard equipment in cars these days and “buckling up” is the law.  No, this blog is not about seat belts, it’s about grab [...]

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Unsubscribe.com

I’ve have been at it for almost an hour. Dad Gum It. I am increasingly exasperated as I try to unsubscribe to websites sending me unsolicited email messages. I woke up this morning determined to do something dramatic to end the relentless onslaught of incoming messages that I have no interest in receiving.My computer is [...]

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