Live Well specializes in finding solutions which allow people ease and comfort in remaining in their own homes.
Live Well is Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists (CAPS). Our one-stop services include design, construction, installation and financing.
“We understand that every situation is different,” says Terry. “That’s why we partner with professional therapists and other healthcare providers to help people of all abilities live as independently as possible where they prefer to be, in their own home."
Live Well was born of Terry’s desire to help others who face the challenging task of making the home environment safe for their disabled or aging loved ones. “We understand that every situation is different,” says Terry. “That’s why we partner with professional therapists and other healthcare providers to help people of all abilities live as independently as possible in their own home, where they prefer to be.”
Live Well provides affordable solutions for custom home access, universal design and aging-in-place modifications that can transform a house of barriers into a home of comfort, safety and freedom.
Live Well collaborates with physicians, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners, case managers and social workers, rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and a host of other healthcare professionals to provide solutions-oriented home modifications.
Live Well custom designs our services to meet your (or your patient's) specific situation and presents a professional assessment detailing our recommendations.
The LIVE WELL Story
Owner and President Terry Donovan understands firsthand the difficulties involved in adapting the home environment for a loved one. In November of 2007, his mother suffered a massive stroke. Soon after, Terry, his siblings and his father made the difficult, but necessary decision to move his mother to a skilled nursing facility.
Terry’s mother handled many of life’s details, and in her absence, the toll on his father became too great. Over the next couple of years, Terry’s father ended up in the hospital with pneumonia several times. In March of 2010, he underwent a difficult hip replacement surgery but remained resolute in his desire to continue living in the family home.
Terry researched his options and consulted with his father’s physician and therapists. He then took his 28+ years of residential construction and ADA adaptability experience and went about making the adjustments necessary to keep his father safe and comfortable at home.
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