Our accessibility series concludes with resources. Whether you’re a business owner ensuring your property is ADA-compliant or a homeowner building or remodeling an accessible home, these resources give you a head start. Books: AARP Guide to Revitalizing Your Home: Beautiful Living for the Second Half of Life » Knack Universal Design: A Step-by-Step Guide to […]
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Concrete Change, a national organization dedicated to making all homes – particularly new ones – visitable, focuses on three essentials
North Carolina State University’s program offers information and a research center to promote universal design in homes, commercial buildings and outdoor spaces.
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University of Minnesota’s renovated 1960s home exhibit, inhabited by fictional Baby Boomers Jim and Maria. Visitors can test out any of the accessible features, including an easy-open window and power-lift chair.
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Utah State University’s exhibit home located at the Utah Botanical Center. The home’s goal is to educate and demonstrate ways to build homes with sustainable and universal design features.
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Some resources excerpted from Mary Yearn’s “Universal Design & Home Accessibility Housing Resources” pamphlet, published July 2011. Contact Mary at Mary H. Yearns Consulting, LLC, Phone: 515-255-6085, Email: email@example.com