We believe you should know all about universal design & housing accessibility before starting work on your home, especially if your health & well-being are at stake. Poor access is difficult & costly to fix.
Problem: A lot goes into accessibility when considering all of the activities done at home. This is difficult to learn without lived experience.
Solution: Our courses contain short videos to help you understand home accessibility in-depth before spending money on your home.
Problem: Decisions about options for your home or living situation can be difficult.
Solution: Join our private community for support. Interact with our team and other members.
Learn-Teach-Share System for Occupational Therapists.
Your clients & patients most likely live in inaccessible homes. You can help patients & families problem-solve options for safety and independence in the places that should be most comfortable & functional… their homes.
Step 1: Learn
For: You. (CEUs coming soon)
Problem: Most therapists aren’t trained in-depth about home modifications and universal design.
Solution: We fix that with access to our courses for you to learn all about home accessibility.
Step 2: Teach
For: You + Your Clients/Patients.
Problem: Resources for teaching about home accessibility lack information or can be confusing.
Solution: We commercially license our short & engaging videos for patient & family education.
Step 3: Share
For: Your Clients/Patients.
Problem: There isn’t enough time to cover all home accessibility topics in treatment sessions.
Solution: We provide a financially accessible way for patients to continue learning after discharge.
Many functional details in home design are often overlooked and make many everyday tasks unsafe for people with decreased health or disabilities. These standards are intended to supplement existing residential building codes.
A Set of Universal Design Standards for Housing.
Problem: Most housing worldwide is unregulated for accessibility, creating a dire shortage of options for households with accessibility needs.
Solution: We created this resource to clearly explain what’s needed for universal accessibility.
Compliance & Technical Assistance
Problem: Design professionals look at accessibility differently than rehabilitation professionals.
Solution: We review design plans from a healthcare perspective to identify issues before construction and eliminate costly fixes.