There are several “smart” devices that improve the functionality and safety of a home. They’re great options for universal design.
Implementing accessibility at the start of a new design project will save you time and money.
This article unpacks three practice settings in which an an occupational therapist could collaborate with professionals in the home building industry.
Kati briefly explains the OT profession and introduces her doctoral capstone project.
The United States has an accessible housing problem: there aren’t enough available options.
Universal design must enable people to be independent in daily tasks when human impairments are present.
Kati discusses how a universally designed home would have improved her family’s function after multiple health events.