Welcome to homemods.org!

This web site, based at the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, is dedicated to promoting aging in place and independent living for persons of all ages and abilities. It offers training and education opportunities for professionals who wish to respond to the increasing demand for home modification services. It also serves as an information clearinghouse on home modification to equip professionals and consumers with a comprehensive inventory of resources such as a National Directory of Home Modification and Repair Resources.

About Us: homemods.org is provided to you as a service of the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. Read more...

Online Courses: Join us to learn more about home modification right from the comfort of your computer and earn an Executive Certificate in Home Modification from USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology... Read More...

Resources: The home modification field has resources from many sectors: housing, aging, disability, and health care. It can be a little overwhelming. Read More...

Directory: The National Directory of Home Modification and Repair Resources was first created in 1990 through a nationwide survey of state and local agencies, organizations, and professionals. Read More...


News and Events

In Home Modification


Next online Executive Certificate in Home Modification Series starts January, 2018. Click here!


New Resources from USC on Home Modification Assessments, Funding Sources, and Programs! Click Here


New Resource from The Fall Prevention Center of Excellence
The Lifetime Home
(http://lifetimehome.org/) is an interactive resource for older adults, families, and professionals to learn how to make the home safer and more supportive. It highlights common barriers to safe and supportive aging in the home, and features photos from actual homes that demonstrate how home modification and universal design features can address them.


A project of the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
Located at the University of Southern California Andrus Gerontology Center, Los Angeles, California 90089-0191 (213) 740-1364.