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WHATFree online assessment survey to help older adults and their families to identify what home modifications may be needed for seniors to continue to live in their own homes and age in place.
WHYTo remove mobility barriers and make a senior's home more assessable, comfortable, convenient and safe for home health care and aging in place.
WHEREModern Health Talk.
Founder and Senior Editor - Wayne Caswell.

Program Description

The free online home assessment prompts older adults to answer questions about their home living situation, health and family support.

Modern Health Talk then suggests home modifications and ways for seniors to make their home safer and how they can improve their healthcare.

Examples of home modification suggestions may include:

Furniture Placement
Adding Adjustable Storage And Shelving
Grab Bars and Hand Rails
Comfort Height Toilets
Handheld Shower Heads And Anti-Scald Faucets,
Wider Doorways
Level Door Thresholds And Entries
Stair Ramps, Lifts, Elevators
Non-Slip Flooring
Brighter Lighting
Home Security Intercoms and Electronic Door Locks

Aging Assisted Technologies recommendations may include:

Personal Emergency Response Systems
Medical And Bio Feedback Sensors
Mobile Smart Phones
Video Conferencing
Remote Monitoring Services
Security & Intercom Systems
Smart Home Technologies

The survey collects anonymous health information through thee Traitwise survey tool to help medical at the University of Texas find unexpected correlations and new treatments.

In-home Evaluations are also available to help identify what if any home modifications may be needed in order to age in place.

Modern Health Talk also provides industry consulting from an aging in design perspective for the home building, consumer electronics, telecom and health care industries.

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