Welcome home? If your current home is no longer functional due to age, illness or injury and is no longer a safe and welcoming place to be, Premier can help. Let us show you how accessible home modifications like widening doorways, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, adding wheelchair ramps or grab bars and installing a stair lift can help you to reclaim the home and independence you love.
Don’t be limited by challenges or safety issues that are easy to correct with accessible home modifications. Premier has a team of licensed contractors with over 35 years in the construction field as well as medical professionals and specialists to help with your home modification experience.
* One out of three adults age 65 and older fall each year.
* Among those age 65 and older, falls are the leading cause of injury death. They are also the most common cause of nonfatal injuries and hospital admissions for trauma.
There are many reasons for accessible home modifications. Aging, stroke or brain injury, accidents resulting in paralysis, diseases like MS, ALS, people born with challenges including muscular dystrophy or spina bifida… the list goes on and on. It’s time to get your home back. It’s time to call.
- If you or a family member has difficulty with movement, stairs, bathing or toileting, food preparation or any other type of home activity, contact Premier today.
- If you are a business owner looking to make your business more compliant and accessible, contact Premier today.
We work with:
- The Veterans Administration (VA)
- The Orlando Housing Authority
- The Medicaid waivers program which includes the APD (Agency for Persons with Disabilities) & Elder Source
We are certified by:
Home Accessibility Tools & Resources
We can help you access your environment and suggest ways to make it safer.
Modify Your Home
Learn more about the little things you can do to modify your home.
A guide to understanding Medicare and insurance coverage.
Learn about solutions that will help wheelchair users around the home.
Fill out our online form and tell us what your accessibility needs are.
Learn more about improving an individual's ability to move around the home.
Do you have questions? Contact us today by email or call us at 407-373-7247.
*Content source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention