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Aging in Place: Minor Home Modification
Join us to discuss and depict common minor home modifications that eliminate hazards, reduce risks and increase access, all in support of improved safety and satisfaction while aging in place. Learn new ideas and determine how well your home is set up for aging in place through a guided review of a HomeFit/Safe@Home checklist. Question and answer will follow this presentation!
About the Presenter
Mark Devlin is the founder and Program Director for LifePath’s Home Safety program, and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS). LifePath is performing this work through grant/program funding from Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, HUD (US Dept of Housing and Urban Development), Meals on Wheels America and The Home Depot Foundation. Mark has been supporting independence for lower income older adults and people with disabilities for the past 30 years by leading volunteers in community-based, safety-focused, home modification programs. Prior to his full time work in human services, Mark spent 35 years working in corporate financial management for General Electric (GE Capital) and Berkshire Hathaway. He holds a bachelors and masters degree in Business Administration.