Our purpose is to help individuals that want to remain in their own homes for life rather than end up in a long term care facility such as assisted living or nursing home. We have the training, experience, and resources to make a lifetime stay in your own home safe and comfortable. Our office is in Las Vegas, Nevada, and we service Southern Nevada and adjacent portions of Arizona and Utah.
Several years ago AARP surveyed their members to find out what plans each had made to eventually move into a long term care facility. Nearly 85% of those responding stated that they were not going anywhere, they were staying in their homes for life. Staying at home is one thing; staying at home safely and comfortably is quite another. That is where we come in at Accessibility Services, Inc. (ASI). ASI is the alternative to a care facility.
As we age our abilities change and so does our vulnerability. It was explained to me this way, "When we were kids we used to play tag and climb trees". Are you still playing tag and climbing trees? Probably not. As we change with age our environment needs to change with us. A complete assessment of the home environment must be made to determine what needs to be done. The solution may include, home modifications, support equipment, or in-home care services. Or, all three. If ASI does the assessment it is FREE. If services or equipment are bought from us or those we recommend there is a charge but when all is said and done considerably less will be spent than the cost of living at an assisted living or nursing home facility. And, you, or a loved one, or a client will still be living safely and comfortably at home.
The modifications and equipment pictured here along with an occasion visit from a home care provider took our client home out of an assisted living facility and back to the home that he missed so badly. The cost? There was a one time charge for the equipment and home modifications plus a modest monthly charge by a home care agency. Way, way less than the monthly charge to live in the assisted living facility he left behind.