The City of Ann Arbor is looking for 25 homes to collaborate with on the Aging In Place Efficiently pilot program. To learn more, please join us on Tuesday June 29, 2021 at 2:00 PM for a virtual AIP Forum in conjunction with the Turner Senior Resource Center. You can register for this forum here:
For more information, visit the City's website:
From that website:
Aging In Place Efficiently partners with qualified older adults to help them remain in their homes for as long as possible. Improvements focus on three areas: comfort, lower energy bills, and home safety.
The home improvements offered will depend on the needs of each homeowner. A licensed energy auditor, an occupational therapist, and a social worker will help determine the best options for your home within the available budget.
Examples of potential home improvements include:
insulation in walls and attics
grab bars in bathrooms
handrails and ramps
To qualify for this pilot program, you must:
Live in a single-family home within the city of Ann Arbor (Not sure? Check out the City Address Search to determine eligibility)
Be at least 60 years of age at the time of application
Have a monthly income at or below 80% of the Area Median Income for Ann Arbor (see the City's website for details)
If you meet these basic requirements and would like to learn more, we invite you to join us for an AIP Forum in conjunction with the Turner Senior Resource Center. This forum will be held via Zoom on June 29th from 2-3pm.
Up to 25 homes will be selected for the pilot program. Applications will be processed in the order received.