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Certified Aging in Place Specialists (CAPS) in Baltimore, Maryland

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Draco Designs

3300 Clyde St
Baltimore, Maryland 21224-5142
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Rmc Service LLC

140 N Collington Ave
Baltimore, Maryland 21231-1635
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Susana Tsui

303 Oak Lane Ct
Baltimore, Maryland 21286-7330
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Green And Healthy Homes Initiative

2088 Clipper Park Rd
Baltimore, Maryland 21211-1405
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Gold Seal Services

6305 Falls Rd
Baltimore, Maryland 21209-2019
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Occupational Therapist

910 S Linwood Ave
Baltimore, Maryland 21224-4840
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Independent Living Solutions, LLC

3118 Old Post Dr
Baltimore, Maryland 21208-3201
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David Grant

105 E Susquehanna Ave
Baltimore, Maryland 21286-5220
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H0Me Safe Home LLC

6 Farringdon Ct
Baltimore, Maryland 21209-2508
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Civic Works

2701 Saint Lo Dr Ste E
Baltimore, Maryland 21213-1100
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About Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, a city located in the state of Maryland (MD), is home to a population of approximately 2,205,090 people. Baltimore boasts a median age of 35.7, with around 20.4% of its residents aged 60 or above. 5.5% of the population identifies as US Veterans. 15.9% of Baltimore residents are disabled. The city has an average household income of $54,124, while the unemployment rate stands at 7.4%, and around 20.3% of the population is considered to be living below the poverty level. In terms of housing, the average home value in Baltimore is $177,423, with a monthly rent averaging $1,146.

About Aging In Place

A Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) is a professional who has completed training provided by the National Association of Homebuilders. A CAPS can assess personal needs and identify potential environmental changes to ensure continued health and safety for seniors who are aging at home. Certified aging in place specialists can be consultants, home service providers, contractors, realtors, and more.

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