Technology, customization makes aging-in-place more feasible for boomers

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SMART LIVING: Improved technology, like smart appliances in the kitchen and zero degree showers in bathrooms (below), as well as custom-designed living spaces featuring raised counters, increased lighting and anti-skid flooring is making it easier for aging baby boomers to remain in their homes. (Courtesy Megan Durham)
New technology gadgets and custom-designed residential upgrades make aging-in-place more feasible for baby boomers in Baton Rouge.

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