Home Modification

The below items have "Home Modification" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
AARP: Why Move, Improve Videocassette n.d. EN5.H31
AARP: Why Move, Improve DVD n.d. EN5.H31
Adapting Homes to Successfully Age in Place Videocassette 2003 EN5.H20

This video discusses how many older adults' homes lack the functional design needed to accommodate for the losse

Adapting Homes to Successfully Age in Place DVD 2003 EN5.H20

This video discusses how many older adults' homes lack the functional design needed to accommodate for the losses fre

Aging at Home: How the Elderly Adjust Their Housing Without Moving Book 1988 EN7.S4

This vital book reports the significant findings of a research project designed to fill the void in the existing know

Designing for Alzheimer's Disease: strategies for creating better care environments Book 1997 EN1.B40

Contents: Aging and AD--Sensory envoronment--Special care settings--Implementing effective interior design--The desig

ECHO Housing: recommended construction and insllation standards Book 1984 EN1.A30

Architectural designs for safe ECHO (Elder Cottage Housing Opportunity) housing are presented.

Home Modifications Resource Guide Book 1989 OT2.N1
Home planning for your later years: new designs, living options, smart decisions, how to finance it Book 1996 EN1.W10

Table of contents: What to expect--Evaluating your options--Evaluating your resources--Modifying your present home--

The do-able renewable home: making your home fit your needs. Book 1998 EN1.S10

Identifies and explains the design concepts, products, and resources that can make an exisiting home more comfortable

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