• Ffallall-Risk and In-Home Safety Assessment App Design and Development:  With a grant from the southern Oregon-based Chaney Family Foundation, Age-Friendly Innovators developed a Fall-Risk, In-Home Safety and Accessibility tool for evaluating homes and their older adult occupants and providing recommendations for preventing falls.
  • Grandma’s Porch Fund:  With funding from Washington Federal Foundation and the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation, AFI has launched “Grandma’s Porch,” to support the purchase and installation of needed hardware, such as bathroom grab bars or other in-home safety devices when the assessment process identifies a resident’s need and lack of financial ability to purchase and install these items themselves.
  • Educational Outreach:  Through community presentations, seminars and workshops AFI provides information that helps older adults plan for their future home and accessibility needs.
  • Fee-For Service Consultation:  AFI experts are available to consult with developers, builders and others seeking guidance on making residential development projects attractive and accessible for the older adult market.
  • Intergenerational Park: AFI has launched the concept for a “first in Oregon” Grandparent’s Park. Fundraising for that effort is actively underway.