MEDIchair Peterborough’s Allison Seiderer provides tips and sage advice for caregivers, seniorsand “baby boomers” to modify their existing home or build a new retirement home

Published Friday, March 8, 2013

 

MEDIchair Peterborough’s Allison Seiderer to provide tips and sage advice for caregivers, seniors

and “baby boomers” to modify their existing home or build a new retirement home

  

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 “Canadians are retiring and living longer than ever before and many are deciding to stay in their homes,” says Allison Seiderer, who along with husband Ron operate MEDIchair Home Medical Equipment (Peterborough), the only 100% locally owned/operated medical equipment supply store in the Kawartha/Northumberland region.

 

“By 2030, there will be more than eight million Canadians over the age of 65. Not everyone has the means or the desire to move to a retirement home. Many in the Peterborough area would like to stay and live in their current home.  I will show them how they can modify and prepare their existing home in order to comfortably live out their golden years.”

 

Seiderer who has a formal background as a custom home designer and a passion for accessibility as well as extensive knowledge of home modifications and funding sources is a featured speaker at the Peterborough Home Outdoor & Design Show, Friday March 15 at 6:00 PM

 

She will also discuss what design features seniors and boomers need to consider if they want build a new dream retirement home that will accommodate their needs as they age. The average cost of common modifications will be reviewed so that seniors and boomers can accurately decide if it would be more cost effective to stay in their home, build a new home or move into a retirement or assisted living residence. Seiderer will also discuss the numerous funding options and tax rebates available for home modifications. If you are thinking of retiring and spending your golden years in your own home or building your dream retirement home, or if you have parents who are retiring - Allison Seiderer’s presentation is must attend event!

 

 

What: Peterborough Home, Outdoor & Design Show March 15-17 2013.

 

Who:  Allison Seiderer, Co-owner MEDIchair Home Medical Equipment (Peterborough), home modification/accessibility/mobility expert and custom home designer.

 

Presentation: “Tips and sage advice for caregivers, seniors and ‘baby boomers’ to modify their existing home or build a new retirement home”

 

Where & When: Home Hardware Stage, Mercedes-Benz Peterborough Club Lounge 6:00 PM Friday March 15.

 

Cost: Free with admission to the Peterborough Home, Outdoor & Design Show March 15-17 2013. 

 

About MEDIchair Home Medical Equipment (Peterborough) - ‘the home medical equipment specialists’   

MEDIchair Home Medical Equipment (Peterborough) is a locally owned franchise that is part of MEDIchair, North America’s largest and fastest growing Home Medical Equipment (HME) franchise company with stores from coast-to-coast in Canada. MEDIchair Home Medical Equipment (Peterborough) is the only 100% locally owned/operated medical equipment supply store in the Kawartha/Northumberland region. Since the store opened in 1995 we quickly established a reputation of treating all of our clients with respect, dignity, and compassion.  We are a licensed Medical Devices Establishment and an authorized vendor for ADP • ODSP • WSIB • VAC and insurance companies. MEDIchair Home Medical Equipment (Peterborough) is a full service home medical equipment establishment offering a full range of home medical equipment and supplies and services  as well as modified vehicles, CPAP and portable Home Oxygen. Allison Seiderer is also a well-known speaker, presenting across Ontario on making homes and businesses more accessible.www.trent.medichair.com  www.medichair.com