Steve Hoffacker, CAPS, (http://stevehoffacker.com) is an internationally recognized, award-winning aging-in-place specialist and universal design instructor for professionals wishing to create solutions for their clients to remain living safely, comfortably, and securely in their homes as they grow older. Among other classes, consulting, and webinars, he teaches courses leading to the NAHB and AARP co-branded designation of Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist ("CAPS"). This is a much sought-after professional designation by remodelers, trade contractors, home builders, architects, interior designers, kitchen and bath designers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, durable medical equipment suppliers, plumbing and other building materials manufacturers and suppliers, real estate sales professionals, university faculty, non-profit organizations, senior service agencies, governmental entities, personal service provider, and many others. Accessibility (in its many forms of mobility, from moving about to reaching and retrieving), safety (including peace-of-mind and the feeling of being secure), comfort (feeling at-ease in one's home or living environment and being able to use all of the features in the home without difficulty), and convenience (a concept similar to comfort because all of the elements in a home to facilitate successful use and enjoyment of the living space) all are important factors that are areas of primary emphasis and focus. This is done across three main areas of the human condition - mobility issues, sensory concerns, and cognitive abilities - for people with no immediate health needs, those with a progressive condition that requires increasing attention over time, and those with a traumatic injury requiring modifications to address it.