Creating a Visitable Home for the Holidays: Developmental Disabilities Visitability is...Read More
Dec 9, 2017 | Breathing and Endurance Limitations, Cane and Walker Use, Decreased Vision, Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease, Free Resources, Hearing Loss, Hip and Knee Pain, Home Modification, Home-owners, Obesity, Visitable Home for the Holidays | 0 |
Creating a Visitable Home for the Holidays: Eldery Visitability is traditionally a concept that...Read More
Nov 15, 2017 | Arthritis, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Building Materials, Cane and Walker Use, Contractors, Decreased Vision, Diabetes, Entrances, Free Resources, Hip and Knee Pain, Home-owners, Kitchens, Lighting and Color, Living and Dining Rooms, Paid Resources, Play Spaces, Stairs and Hallways, Wheelchair and Scooter Use | 0 |
All About Flooring (and how it can affect comfort and safety at home) Flooring is a functional...Read More
Nov 6, 2017 | Bathrooms, Cane and Walker Use, Decreased Vision, Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease, Free Resources, Hands and Wrist Pain, Hip and Knee Pain, Home Modification, Home-owners, What Could You Improve Series? | 0 |
Toilet paper. It is a simple thing. But when you can’t reach it, it can be a...Read More
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