1. Install grab bars in bathrooms and showers to prevent falls and provide support while standing and sitting.
2. Modify bathroom fixtures, such as installing a walk-in or roll-in shower, to accommodate those with mobility issues.
3. Install handrails and sturdy steps to entrances and exits for easier access.
4. Replace traditional doorknobs with lever handles that are easier to grip and turn.
5. Retrofit closet organizers, shelving, or cabinets to provide easier access to storage and reduce the need for reaching.
6. Swap out stairs for a ramp or install a stairlift to help those with mobility issues move between floors.
7. Reconfigure the layout of the home if needed to create a more open floor plan with wider doorways and hallways for easier navigation.
8. Install slip-resistant flooring and remove trip hazards, such as area rugs or clutter.
9. Update lighting, including adding task lighting and motion sensor lighting, to improve visibility and safety.
10. Automate home systems with smart home technology, such as voice-activated light switches, thermostats, and security systems.