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Resources and information for making some changes to your home.

How to Find Government Grants for Children with Special Needs

How to Find Government Grants for Children with Special Needs

You can locate grants opportunities for children with special needs at the state and federal government levels as well as in the private sector. Some of these grants are for educational purpose and some may be for personal and family development. Use these tips to help you find grants for children with special needs. Instructions… Continue Reading

How to Open a Home Day Care for Special Needs in California

How to Open a Home Day Care for Special Needs in California

The 2010 Children’s Defense website reports that 6.2 million children in the United States are in some form of special education and care program. The demand for special needs day care services is on the rise. Starting your own special needs day care follows the same principals as a regular day care. However, special needs… Continue Reading

How to Start a Non-Medical Senior Care Business

How to Start a Non-Medical Senior Care Business

 According to MetLife’s 2010 Market Survey of Long-Term Care Costs, the average cost per year for a nursing home, semi-private room is $74,825. With the growing costs of full-time care, some families are keeping Mom or Dad at home and getting extra help during the day or for extra assistance. If you enjoy helping others… Continue Reading

Grants for Group Homes

Grants for Group Homes

Running a group home is important work. Not only is it a boon to society as a way to provide for underprivileged children and children without parents, it is a service to the children themselves. Unfortunately, the government assistance offered to group home administrators is meager and repair and maintenance costs can be overwhelming. Grants… Continue Reading

How to Apply for a Grant to Open a Group Home in California

How to Apply for a Grant to Open a Group Home in California

  People with developmental disabilities are entitled to services in California. While many developmentally delayed persons are able to live independently or with family, some live in group homes. The California Regional Centers provide placement and funding for group home living. When the centers have specific placement needs that are unmet, they sometimes offer grants… Continue Reading

How to Start a Group Home

How to Start a Group Home

  Starting a group home is exciting and rewarding–but demanding as well. Group homes are for disadvantaged populations, such as physically and mentally disabled adults, foster children, the homeless or juvenile delinquents. Running a group home can provide you with significant income, but you must be prepared to spend a lot of time getting it… Continue Reading

Retrofitting Suburbia for the Elderly

Retrofitting Suburbia for the Elderly

I do understand the appeal of the suburbs — the privacy, the open space — but one thing has long seemed pretty clear: suburbs are a difficult place to grow old. I’ve certainly seen this with my own aging relatives. Especially after one spouse dies, big houses become empty and difficult to maintain. Yards are… Continue Reading

Home Modifications for Elderly or Disabled

Home Modifications for Elderly or Disabled

Home modifications are changes made to adapt living spaces to meet the needs of people with physical limitations so that they can continue to live independently and safely. These modifications may include adding assistive technology, or making structural changes to a home. Modifications can range from something as simple as replacing cabinet doorknobs with pull… Continue Reading

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