OT student, Daniel-Hannah Grace, shares her favorite UD things and how she became interested in universal design!
Discussion regarding the dynamic shift in the occupational therapy profession and emerging areas of practice.
Our Design Advisors get candid about how they channeled their creative side to make a good fit when there was no available or affordable option.
The concept of a forever home and why most Americans want to remain in their homes for long periods of time, even if it is no longer a good fit.
Our Design Advisors share how flooring an be a good or poor fit in another episode of our candid conversations series!
Our Design Advisors get candid about how the design of bedrooms and closets can be a good fit or poor fit.
OT student, Rachel Melvin, shares her favorite UD things and how she became interested in an internship with our organization.
Our Design Advisors get candid about how the design of pathways to the front door can be a good fit or poor fit.
Our new interior design student, Nicole, sits down with the team to share what spawned her passion for universal design.
We welcome a very special guest today to discuss some favorite UD features and ideas!
Perspectives on UD features that can make homes welcoming for a wide variety of people.
What brought one of our most vocal design advisors to the world of universal design? Today we get to find out!
Today we chat about the top 3 UD features that come up in most conversations about accessible design.
Learn more about Matthew’s favorite UD things and how 6 Wheels Consulting is impacting the community.
Learn about how we collaborate and why our professional team members and volunteers are a valuable part of the design/build process.
What do some of our Design Advisors have to say about the accessibility (or lack thereof) in public restrooms?
An interview series to learn more about the effect of temporary disabilities on everyday life.
A chat about the smelly challenge of trash and some UD ideas that could make it easier for everyone!
A look back at some of our favorite moments from our first 50 episodes!
A chat about inclusive and accessible outdoor recreation, just in time for the summer!
It’s almost that time of year–summer vacation! Today we talk about vacation rentals and accessibility.
While 3D printing is beginning to merge with home building, its ability to create products that provide more versatility in design holds great potential.
How can universal design be used to support COVID long haulers? Tune into our newest episode to find out!
Lauren Dexter explores the advantages and disadvantages of 3D printing, plus the impacts on the design of a home for universal accessibility.
Allow us to introduce our newest student, Sally Kiker. She shares how she became interested in Universal Design!
Meet our new student, Lauren Dexter and learn what she’s curious about in the world of Universal Design!
At its best, universal design is invisible! Listen for some examples of design that you may not even realize works for a wide variety of users!
Hannah Pugh, OT and UX Designer tells us about how she became passionate about universal design of the user experience.
Universal design choices and tips to keep homes sparkly clean!
Our architecture student, Bethany, drops by to share her “UD and Me” origin story!