Lakewood Division Of Aging Responds To The Changing Needs Of Older Home Owners
You have been a Lakewood home owner for maybe 30 years, and you do not relish the idea of moving. Would you be interested in learning about some reletively simple modifications that would keep you in place for the foreseeable future?
The City of Lakewood and Maximum Accessibility Housing of Ohio are pleased to present a home accessibility workshop series. We are looking for Lakewood home owners in their 50's and 60'swho would like to make some changes now, so that they can remain where they are as they age.
Maximum Accessible Housing of Ohio's Anderson Center for Accessible Living provides much needed training and information on accessible housing for a wide range of audiences in Northeast Ohio, including seniors. The Anderson Center's Senior Summer SeminarSeriesis scheduled for September and October in Lakewood. Participants will have the opportunity to discover simple, affordable modifications for a safer home, ditchen and bathroom, as well as best practices and resources.
Aging in Place.... On a Budget! Accessibility, Features, Resources Thursday, September 21, 2017 From 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Aging in Place: Focus on the Bathroom! Renovation versus Pure Modification Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Aging in Place: Focus on the Kitchen! Efficiency, Ease of Use Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
If you would like to register for this series, or have further questions, please call Barry Wemyss, Lakewood Division of Aging, at 216-529-5005 or email at email@example.com . Seating is limited; registration is required and group registration is available. coffee and lignt refreshments will be served.
Located at The Womans Club Pavilion in Lakewood Park (14532 Lake Ave.)
I am the Volunteer Services Supervisor for the City of Lakewod, Department of Human Services, Division Of Aging. I am a Lakewood resident, and am a husband and father of a Harding student and an LHS student.