Toll Free: 888-376-0120
210 North Fifth Street
Reading, PA 19601
A Home Mod can make all the difference………in your world!
A Home Mod can increase mobility, provide access, make things more functional, enable you to do things, make you more independent.
Home Mods can be paid for through Medicaid waiver programs and various grants (when available).
The Home Mod Construction Officer handles the entire process from initial assessment to final inspection……keeping you informed the whole way.
Typical modifications and improvements include ramps, lifts, widening doorways, grab bars, barrier free showers with benches, wall mounted sinks, lowering counters, roll under work spaces, better lighting, etc. All designed to make your life better.
The AIM Home Mod staff will seek your input and listen to your concerns. They will be sensitive to your needs and treat you and your home with the utmost respect.
Serving Berks, Lancaster, Chester, and Lebanon Counties.
To Learn more about the program, contact Home Modification and Construction Officer Randy Keck by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
En Espanol? Call 610-376-0010 and ask for Felix
Additional Information: For additional information on home modifications, go to the National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modifications at www.homemods.org. For additional information on assistive technology, go to the Pennsylvania Initiative on Assistive Technology (at Temple University) at www.disabilities.temple.edu.
TIPS for the ‘DO-IT-YOURSELF’ers’
If you hire your own contractor, handy worker, or remodeler, try to get recommendations from others who have had similar projects completed and always hire a licensed and bonded professional.
The Home Modification Construction Officer is funded through a grant administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency with funds from Pennsylvania Office of Long Term Living. Construction funds are provided through the Office of Long Term Living waiver programs. Additional funds are at times provided by various state, county, and local sources.