Courses & Community

Learn about universal design & housing.

We welcome all individuals, families, professionals, and students to join our free private community discussion.

These courses will be evolving in 2023.

Scroll down to see what we offer. You’ll notice two courses that don’t fit the focus on universal design: one for home modifications & one for task adaptations. This is to help people where they are while making a case for universal accessibility as a long-term solution.

Our flagship course, “Design Guidelines for Universally Accessible Homes” is still in the works. We need a lot of visuals to complete it, and we’re still working on funding to make that possible. If you purchase an All Access Pass, you’ll receive access when it’s finished.

The State of Accessible Housing

Learn about the lack of accessible housing in the USA, how that affects people’s lives, and the challenges of developing more accessible homes.

Get access for free

This course has 19 lessons. Here’s a sample:

Collaborative Teams for Optimal Outcomes

Learn about co-designing homes with people who have different perspectives about accessibility. No one knows it all. It’s important to work together.

Buy for $109

This course has 15 lessons. Here’s a sample:

Modifications for Non-Accessible Homes

Learn about various ways to change the home environment to better support accessibility needs right now and far into the future.

Buy for $109

This course has 13 lessons. Here’s a sample:

Adaptations for Everyday Tasks

Learn about different assistive technology for activities of daily living. Life at home can be easier and safer with some new strategies and tools.

Buy for $109

This course has 37 lessons. Here’s a sample:

If you work for an organization or institution and are interested in providing access to your members, patients, or students, please get in touch.

Our courses and community are located at Head over to purchase the All Access Pass for access to all current and future courses.

We also have another free course created for occupational therapy students and practitioners: “Non-Clinical Occupational Therapy Practice Settings.”

These courses are not approved for CEU credits… yet.