Aging in Place

Create accessible living environments for seniors.

Aging in place is becoming a popular option for seniors who want to maintain their independence. However, many homes are not designed with accessibility in mind. The BlueDAG WayTM helps aging-in-place specialists bridge the gap.

accessibility-1-line More and more seniors are choosing to age in place.

Accessibility challenges make it difficult to live independently.

In recent years, the number of seniors who need accessibility accommodations in their homes has increased dramatically. This is due in part to the aging of the Baby Boomer generation and the fact that more seniors are living longer and healthier lives. As the population of seniors in the United States continues to grow, so too does the number of those who wish to age in place. But what does that mean for seniors with disabilities?

Aging in place generally refers to the ability to live in one’s own home and community as independently as possible as one ages. More and more seniors are choosing to age in place, making in-home accessibility increasingly important. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides some protections for seniors with disabilities in certain settings. However, there are still many challenges that make it difficult for them to live independently.

Accessible housing represents a primary challenge for seniors who choose to age in place. While some newer single-family homes incorporate accessibility features, there are still many older homes and apartments that lack basic features like wheelchair ramps and grab bars. This can make it very difficult for seniors with limited mobility to live on their own.

accessibility-1-line Make aging-in-place a safe and comfortable experience.

Accessible environments for seniors in their homes.

The choice to age in place is growing in popularity among seniors who want to maintain their independence. The BlueDAG WayTM can help certified aging-in-place specialists (CAPS) create accessible environments for seniors in their homes.

The BlueDAG WayTM is a comprehensive resource that provides information and tools for assessing living environments for accessibility. Our tools include guidelines and recommendations that can help CAPS remove barriers to accessibility, creating an accommodating home for seniors who wish to age in place.

Like you, We at BlueDAG believe that everyone should be able to age in place safely and comfortably. Using The BlueDAG WayTM, we can help you make that a reality for seniors across the country.

Be part of the solution.

Join our network of accessibility professionals.

BlueDAG is actively seeking accessibility professionals to join our Experts Network – talented experts who are committed to making accessibility a reality for everyone. By combining forces, we can make an even bigger impact.

When you join the network, you become certified in BlueDAG’s inspection suite and gain opportunities to partner with us on accessibility projects. BlueDAG experts have access to exclusive resources and opportunities that can help advance accessibility and enhance careers

If you’re passionate about making a difference for people with disabilities and want to use your skills to create powerful change, then we want to talk with you!

Help when you need it.

We understand that your transition plan can seem like a daunting challenge. BlueDAG’s nationwide network of consultants can provide you with targeted expertise and boots-on-the-ground support. Our partner experts include BlueDAG-certified inspectors who are ready to tackle your accessibility initiatives.

Funding your vision.

BlueDAG has identified several funding sources that can be leveraged to fuel your ADA compliance goals. We’ll work with you to seek out and secure capital from within your organization and beyond.