Enhance the value of the work you do with clients!

Most contractors have a list of generic recommendations to make a home “accessible” that focus on installing grab bars, ramps, or other wheelchair accessible features. However, designing for the variety of abilities and disabilities goes beyond the common, generic recommendations.  It is really about helping clients through a process of home modifications by becoming knowledgeable about common health conditions and concerns and how they affect daily life at home.  It is about knowing the right questions to ask with clients of all ages and abilities and potential solutions to offer.

Feel free to browse the free resources on this site, by health concerns or rooms of the house to get an idea of the information we have to share.

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Visitable Homes for the Holidays: Developmental Disabilities

Creating a Visitable Home for the Holidays: Developmental Disabilities Visitability is traditionally a concept that means creating a home that can be visited by people with mobility impairments.  This series of posts looks to expand this idea to include making homes...

Visitable Homes for the Holidays: Elderly

Creating a Visitable Home for the Holidays: Eldery Visitability is traditionally a concept that means creating a home that can be visited by people with mobility impairments.  This series of posts looks to expand this idea to include making homes visitable by people...

All About Flooring

All About Flooring (and how it can affect comfort and safety at home) Flooring is a functional part of a home, but its impact on comfort and ease of living is often overlooked. Consumers are often overwhelmed with the choices available, but they lack the information...

Toilet Paper Holders- Problems and Solutions

Toilet paper.  It is a simple thing.  But when you can't reach it, it can be a disaster! Ideally, toilet paper should be within clear sight and reach while seated on the toilet. This includes several components that may be impacted by a person's functional...

Home Improvement Ideas for Alzheimer’s Disease (and other Dementias)

Environmental Design Ideas for People Living with Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementias: Research Updates! Many people with Alzheimer's Disease (or other dementias) live at home and are cared for by family, friends, or professional caregivers.  They live with a...

Designing Homes with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Mind

Home environments matter a lot for families with members on the Autism Spectrum Children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) need home environments that are safe and that promote healthy living. Each person's needs are unique, so each home should be...

Making Homes Better for People with Down, Angelman, and Prader-Willi Syndromes

Lack of Information After lots of research, we have concluded there is almost nothing available about home modifications for children with disabilities.  We are aiming to solve this problem! Our Solution We surveyed parents of children with common genetic disorders...

All About “Shatterproof” Windows

A few weeks ago, we published a very popular post about home modifications for people on the Autism Spectrum.  Since then, one of the most common questions has been about "shatterproof" windows.  So, we did some research and summarized the key information for parents...

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We are passionate about finding practical solutions to everyday problems at home that go beyond making environments accessible.
Our goal is to connect people with quality resources to improve how people live by implementing customized solutions to everyday problems at home.

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