Craig Baker graduated high school in 1999 and started learning the craftsmanship of carpentry. In 2001 an accident left him physically debilitated and unable to perform the physical tasks that manual labor required. After going through Physical Therapy treatment as a patient he grew interested and decided that was an exciting way to help people. Graduating in 2005 with a Physical Therapist Assistant degree Craig worked in multiple settings in multiple states before returning home to West Michigan to raise a family. It was then where he realized an opportunity to bring his construction background and healthcare experience to the community to give people options to stay in their homes for as long as they can.
Craig brings to the table a unique skill set that is unmatched in West Michigan. Having an understanding of both construction and design, as well as over 10 years of experience as a Physical Therapist Assistant allows him to provide the best outlook of a person's functional needs and how to customize their home to meet those needs. I take immense pride in bringing a project from idea to completion, incorporating a person's needs and wants into their home. A leading expert in Barrier-Free Living and Universal Design, Craig earned his Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) certificate through the National Home Builders Association in 2014 which sets him further ahead as the leading expert for Aging in Place in West Michigan.