We provide expert and creative solutions to help you enjoy a safe, satisfying and meaningful life in your own home.


We help people who are:

  • Recovering from injury

  • Returning home from the hospital

  • Managing chronic conditions or disability

  • Facing challenges during elder years


There's no place like home.


We can provide private, secure and HIPAA compliant telehealth services. This service allows you to receive our services remotely via the internet through any device—-telephone, desktop or tablet. Click HERE to learn more!



Doing Daily Activities in Your Home

We use the latest research to assess and assist you in your ability to perform daily activities, such as cooking, taking medications, moving around your home,  being able to get up and down stairs. If you have a fear of falling or are looking for an easier way to do those activities that are important to you in your home, we can assist.


Adapting Your Vision

Losing vision does not mean having to forego essential tasks or favorite activities, it means you'll need to find new ways of accomplishing them.  When particular low vision issues can't be improved with prescription lenses, medications or surgery, we can help you make the most of your vision, beginning with simple ideas and changes within you home.  Working with your eye care professional, we can also provide recommendations for more sophisticated equipment, resources and service referrals if needed. 

Moving Easily in Your Home

Moving in Home

We begin with the most cost-effective and convenient suggestions for home modifications. We focus on your safety and mobility in the home to help you do those activities important to you. We can also provide more complex home modifications as needed. Click here to view how we modified our own bathroom!


Moving Safely in Your Community


When assistance is required for help with normal tasks and activities, it can be difficult to know where to turn to seek out this kind of help.  There are resources within most communities to assist you or your family, the key is finding them.  We provide a listing of social service agencies and government program resources on our website, click here.

Caring for the Caregiver

The demands of providing care can be overwhelming, particularly when you feel you have little control over the situation.  Over time, these stressors can take a huge toll on the ones' health and burnout.   Taking care of yourself is a necessity.  We provide compassionate ideas and strategies for caregivers to address the stressors and strains of providing care.  We do this by finding resources and promoting participation for the family member who requires assistance.  The goals are to minimize the caregiver's burden and improve the quality of life for everyone involved.  



Home Modifications

Come hear about how we decided to do our home modification for our bathroom because of our changing family needs.

View this video to learn about how we did a bathroom modification in our home. Click here to see more! 

It’s apparent that Blaine and Monika are professionals who knew exactly what we needed. They were right on target on getting us the essential pieces of equipment for a smooth transition into a new apartment making it wheelchair accessible. The suggestions made it easier and our son is able to live more independently.
— Patricia Herbst, Client

AARP recommends teaming up with an Occupational Therapist & Certified Aging In Place Specialist (CAPS) to make your home a "Good Fit" for you--we are that team!  Click here to learn more from AARP about why they recommend the type of services we provide.

Click here if you are interested in seeing what our journey was when doing a bathroom modification