Homemods.org makes a national impact

Do you need a home modification handyman in Harrisburg? Have you read the latest research on how to safely age in your house? Are you pondering how to pay for any changes you might make?

Reliable resources are just a click away, thanks to the recently revamped USC Leonard Davis School website homemods.org. Don’t just take our word for it. The Administration for Community Living (ACL), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, cites the site as a good starting place for home assessment checklists and links to it as a source for independent living information.

The team behind homemods.org also educates professionals around the country, speaking at AARP, Meals on Wheels and other conferences and providing training through USC’s one-of-a-kind Executive Certificate in Home Modification. Along with the National Council on Aging, they lead the National Home Safety and Home Modification Work Group. This coalition is broad, supporting efforts to advance legislation, consumer education and financing mechanisms like tax credits for home modifications.

Visit homemods.org to see all that the site has to offer.