Carmen Robles needed new lighting fixtures to go along with safety improvements in her kitchen and bathroom. She now has peace of mind that she can stay in the home and community she loves.
Age Well At Home has helped hundreds of aging homeowners in the Twin Cities area stay in their homes by providing consultations, equipment, and skilled repair and construction work. These stories show how our work makes a big difference to homeowners living with financial insecurity.
LaJune Johnson cares for her 3-year-old granddaughter after raising sisters, children, and other grandchildren. Safety modifications and plumbing repairs made it possible for her to stay in her home.
Over 50 years of ownership, Tommie Nollie has made his North Minneapolis house into a home. Safety renovations allowing him to stay in that home help to preserve its value and keep him active with his art and in his garden, anchoring his neighborhood.
Bettie Smith is one of those people who gives without expecting anything in return. So when she expressed concerns about staying in her home due to arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, and impaired vision, we were more than happy to help her out. See how small changes can make a big difference.
Making the front and back entrances to Allie Jacox’s Minneapolis home safer meant lowering the risk of falls and keeping her home a vibrant gathering space for her family and friends.