Posted on May 30, 2019
So many houses are built without limited mobility people in mind. This carelessness in design means that while a person might outfit their own home to make it wheelchair accessible, visiting other homes and buildings can be a struggle. Keeping in mind the concept of “visitability” when constructing or designing a house will ensure that […]Click to Read More About: Visitability Guidelines
The Ultimate Holiday Wish-List for Elders’ Aging in Place>
Posted on November 7, 2018
Did you know that of the 46.2 million elderly people in the United State, 89% wish to remain in their own homes? While it may be a challenge to implement, the key to helping your elders stay in their homes is preparation. Most of the aging population do not want to admit they need extra […]Click to Read More About: The Ultimate Holiday Wish-List for Elders’ Aging in Place
Don’t Limit Summer Fun: Make Your Gatherings and Events Accessible to All!>
Posted on August 30, 2018
Summer is everyone’s favorite time to soak up the warm weather after the cold slip away. Parties are being thrown; kids are outside playing; but for those with mobility challenges, there isn’t always a guarantee they’ll be able to enjoy it with everyone else. Doorways indoor and out, stairs, uneven surfaces, and more pose accessibility […]Click to Read More About: Don’t Limit Summer Fun: Make Your Gatherings and Events Accessible to All!