'No Place Like Home' event provides information about 'aging in place'

METHUEN, Mass. – Experts on “aging in place” will share information on how to create or modify a home to keep you or your aging loved ones safe, comfortable and at home.

The event, called “No Place Like Home,” will be from 5-8 p.m. Thursday at Frank Webb’s Bath & Lighting Center off Route 93. Admission is free.

Darrell McCrensky, of Hancock Building Associates, will present a keynote address at 5:30 p.m. about accessible design in today’s home building and remodeling industry. Hancock recently received the National Association of Home Builder’s Certification for Aging in Place construction.

Others available at the event include:

The accessible-living bath-design team at Frank Webb’s.

Jacqueline Dobson, of Watertown’s Solutions for Accessibility, a consulting firm dedicated to modifying living spaces to improve convenience and safety.

Peter Lawton, an award-winning certified kitchen and bath designer serving the Merrimack Valley, southern Maine and New Hampshire.