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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 it affects 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. 

Visit our page for contractors for more information.

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.  Continue to gain knowledge and increase the value of the services you offer to clients through in-depth resources available for purchase.

Your home is an important place for your family.  It is a place of family.  It is a place of safety.  It is a place that is part of your history and identify.  Your home belongs to you, and it should fit the needs of your family.  However, most homes were not custom built to anyone needs, but instead are generic homes that families have to modify to meet their needs are each stage of life.  Homes are meant to be changed to meet each new challenge of each phase of life.

We provide solutions to improve life at home through changes to the environment to make daily tasks easier and safer. 

Struggling at home due to a health condition or concern of a family member?  Look for ideas based on common health concerns here.

Starting a home remodeling project?  Look for ideas for each room of the house here.

Most of the information on home modifications available is for adults with mobility impairments (such as wheelchair users) or for older adults.  Parents of children are often left with a lack of ideas or inappropriate ideas for their children’s needs. Children are not just small adults; children use their homes in unique ways and need unique modifications to allow them to learn and play to their greatest potential.

Visit our page for parents for more information.

Many people find it helpful to see all the ideas that might relate to a specific health concern or condition. We’ve tried to gather this information for you to easily browse for ideas specific to your needs.  

Visit a list of common health concerns and conditions here.

Many people find it helpful to see all the ideas that might relate to a specific health concern or condition. We’ve tried to gather this information for you to easily browse for ideas specific to your interest or project. 

Visit a list of rooms and spaces here.