There’s a website devoted to aging in place called… yeah, aginginplace.com. Much of it seems inordinately devoted to selling products and I find it somewhat annoying. I’m not convinced that new appliances are the answer to all my life goals.
In fairness, though, it does have some useful content, like its “Top 10 Aging in Place Bathroom Fixes,” but annoyingly (again!) I can’t give you a direct link to that article, just a link to the “bathrooms” page on which it’s found.
The top 10 bathroom fixes are well thought out and include some features I haven’t already seen everywhere else. For instance:
- anti-scald controls
- a handheld shower head (noting specifically that the cord should be long enough to reach your feet while you’re seated on a bench)
- a wall-mounted sink because, if needed, a wheelchair can fit under it.
There may be a lot more good stuff there but it’s hard to survey because, annoyingly (have I mentioned it’s annoying?) there is no search box. If you feel like taking some time to browse, knock yourself out.