Millions of people need accessible housing so they can be independent and safe. The Living In Place Institute is a professional education leader in home accessibility, health, and safety. We train housing professionals and others to work with people of all generations to help them live in place.

One-Story Construction – Homebuyers are favoring ranch homes without stairs so they can address accessibility as they get older. Colonials and split-levels are harder to adapt.

Multigenerational Living – Buyers seek homes where aging grandparents can live alongside their young grandchildren. Everyone helps, and everyone benefits.

Growing DemandMore than 70% of Baby Boomers say they’re having accessibility issues. Meanwhile, some 26 million Americans must accommodate family members with cognitive and physical disabilities.

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