As often happens, on the same day we learned about the organization, the Derry News ran an article! Serendipity is amazing, isn't it?
What I find most amazing about the organization is its goal is to serve elderly and disabled people, helping them remain independent in their homes, and, to not to charge for their services. The organization runs on donations, grant money, etc. It also is not restricted to residents of Derry, thus, Windham users can take advantage of the service. How great is that?
Community Caregivers' site.
Adapting a home for the elderly or infirm, can be done with the assistance of a book such as Easy Things to Make--to Make Things Wasy: Simple Do-It-Yourself Home Modifications for Older People and Others with Physical Limitations by Doreen Greenstein [362.4 GRE] and online by doing a Google search on terms such as "accessibility adaptations" or "universal design for homes."
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