A recent report by AARP Foundation and the Harvard Joint Center of Housing Studies found that nearly 20 million older adults live in unaffordable and unsafe housing. Twenty million households are paying over 30 percent of their income on housing, and almost 10 million households are paying over 50 percent. Plus, only 1 percent of all housing stock in the U.S. has the recommended universal design features — such as a step-free entry, multiple countertop heights, wide doorways, lever faucets and a curbless shower with a handheld adjustable showerhead. With 10,000 people turning 65 each day for the next 15 years, the situation is only going to get worse unless we do something to change it.