Conveniently located in Buffalo, NY, and serving all of Western New York, Accessible Home Solutions LLC helps you to increase your safety and independence at home. Through smart home restorations and improvements to include disability accessible features, we can improve your quality of life as well. We are a home remodeling consulting agency, and we are proud to help with health care and home construction to help people of all ages and abilities to be comfortable in their homes.
Our staff has experience in both health care and home construction. We perform a comprehensive disability home assessment to check for individualized features your home should have based on your abilities. We don’t sell products, so our evaluations are accurate and unbiased. We recommend what you need, not what we have to sell. Our staff works hard to ensure you can be safe and comfortable living in your home each day.
Jill Eppolito is a licensed physical therapist, national award winning, Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist and founder of Accessible Home Solutions. Throughout her highly successful 18+ year career treating patients in a clinical setting, Jill often wondered how her clients managed to navigate the many barriers found in and around most homes. Having built several homes and designed and built her private PT office building, she gained a working knowledge and appreciation of the home design and construction process. In 2012, Eppolito completed the Certified Aging-in-Place (CAPS) Designation program offered by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and knew that it was the perfect marriage for her PT and home building backgrounds. She then went on to earn her Executive Certificate in Home Modifications from the Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California. Jill has also completed the New York State Home Inspector training program and has passed the NYS Home Inspector licensing exam. Since 2013, Jill has been helping her clients and Western New York community appreciate and enjoy the benefits of living environments designed using the principals of Universal Design and Aging-in-Place.