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Whether you’re 55, 65, 70 or beyond, it’s never too soon to start thinking about modifying or renovating your home to address potential physical challenges as you age. The good news is there are experts out there who can help make your home safer and more friendly to all ages and abilities, while maintaining an inviting and gracious aesthetic.
Home design expert and former nurse practitioner Marianne Brower experienced first-hand the challenges of living in her home while recuperating from unexpected joint replacement surgery. Together with Elissa Russo, who has devoted decades of her professional life to designing medical and dental offices, the two have tapped into a growing demand for beautifully designed spaces that enable people to age gracefully and safely in their environments.
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