As baby boomers are entering retirement, more people are trying to make their homes work for them. Instead of moving to a smaller home or even moving into a retirement home, people in their 30s, 40s and 50s are following a trend called “aging-in-place.” They are taking their home renovation projects or gut rehab, and doing things like adding an elevator. With additions like an elevator, if they face a handicap or disabilty in later years, they, and their home, will be prepared.