Ottie Voegerl Compass Mobility


As owner and president of Compass Mobility, Ottie Voegerl brings nearly a decade of experience in home modifications and accessible living, with over 8 of those years as the Director of Home Accessibility for HLS Health and Wellness, previously of Jasper, Indiana. As a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and Certified Environmental Access Consultant (CEAC), Ottie is skilled in providing solutions for homeowners to age in the homes they love.

Ottie began his career as a journeyman plumber and specializes in fitting clients with the right bathroom modalities to suit individual needs. He has also completed special coursework in stairlift installation and maintenance and has completed hundreds of installations. Additionally, Ottie carries years of experience in outdoor ramping solutions for both short and long-term needs. Ottie serves clients in central and southern Indiana, southeastern Illinois, and Kentucky.

Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS)

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A Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) is a professional certification awarded by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). CAPS professionals are trained to provide solutions for aging individuals or those with disabilities who wish to remain in their homes and maintain their independence.

CAPS professionals possess in-depth knowledge of home modifications and universal design principles. They can address various aspects of a home, including bathrooms, kitchens, living areas, and outdoor spaces, ensuring that these areas are safe, accessible, and comfortable for users of all abilities.

Certified Environmental Access Consultant (CEAC)

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A Certified Environmental Access Consultant (CEAC) specializes in assessing and implementing home accessibility solutions to improve living spaces for individuals with disabilities or mobility challenges. CEACs are experts in ensuring that physical spaces, including homes, workplaces, public buildings, and outdoor areas, are accommodating for people of all abilities.

The CEAC certification was created to address disparities in training and practices within the field of environmental access needs for aging and disabled individuals. The certification indicates formal education and credibility and is administered by VGM Live at Home.

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