The tiny home is a popular trend among millennials, reducing carbon footprints and creating a space that is cost-effective for the long term. For seniors, having a tiny home is a bit more challenging due to accessibility issues, but tiny homes have also undergone an accessibility makeover. For seniors who want to age in place but who are having financial difficulties, a tiny home may be an out-of-the-box solution, but as long as it’s in the right location, it could make aging in place possible for more seniors. Click here to read the full article on tiny accessible homes.
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