Louis Tenenbaum- Founder
Louis Tenenbaum, the founder and president of Homes Renewed is the nation’s leading authority on Aging in Place – the idea that our homes are the best, most economical and most desirable site for long term care.
“I’ve been chasing Aging in Place for over 20 years as a carpenter, contractor, consultant and advocate. It’s time to step up the pace. Many stakeholders are converging on the home care solution to the challenge our country faces housing and caring for our older citizens with dignity. The solution is complex but there is no doubt “place” is required for better care systems to emerge.
Homes Renewed will assure our housing stock is ready to fill it’s 21st century role as the site of care.”
A former contractor Louis was the first remodeler to concentrate his company on Aging in Place modifications in the early 1990’s. Louis wrote Aging in Place 2.0: Rethinking Solutions to the Home Care Challenge published by the MetLife Mature Market Institute articulating his vision for Long Term Care @Home.
Louis consults with organizations, governments and businesses. He delivers seminars, keynote addresses and education for consumers, volunteers, design, health and construction professionals, not for profit leaders and communities.