The folks at Back Home Safely are truly aging in place experts. Owners Gregg and Karen Frank carry licenses in occupational and physical therapy, respectively. Gregg is also a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (a designation established by the National Association of Home Builders). Their diverse experience includes working with medical professionals, case managers, home builders, carpenters and durable medical equipment providers.
As a Stannah stairlift dealer serving New Jersey, Back Home Safely employs a team of Stannah-trained technicians who can safely install a stairlift in your home. If stairs are becoming a problem, they’re the best people to call. Back Home Safely has met all of Stannah’s rigorous standards and can help you choose the right stairlift for your unique situation. Once your stairlift is installed, you can count on them for reliable service and after-care. Call today!
Address: 111 Canfield Ave b10, Randolph, NJ 07869
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The Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation was designed to help companies acquire the necessary skills and tools in order to meet the needs of the senior population. From customer service skills to technical and business management skills, companies learn how to become fierce competitors in a market segment dedicated to helping people remain in the homes they love.
The NAHB strives to protect the American Dream of housing opportunities for all, while working to achieve professional success for its members who build communities, create jobs and strengthen our economy. A federation of more than 700 state and local associations, NAHB represents more than 140,000 members.
As a member of the NAHB, Mobility First has access to:
The National Housing Endowment, an organization dedicated to helping the housing industry develop more effective approaches to home building, enhancing education and training for future generations of leaders in residential construction and increasing the body of knowledge on housing issues.