Universal design choices and tips to keep homes sparkly clean!
Our architecture student, Bethany, drops by to share her “UD and Me” origin story!
Meaghan Walls shares her UD and Me story about what inspired her to pursue the design of inclusive communities and spaces.
In this episode, we learn about universal design features that really speak to our team member, Tiffany Dill!
What works best for reheating those holiday leftovers? We asked our Design Advisors for tips about accessible and functional microwave features!
From style to safety — an overview of grab bars and how to find the best fit for your home.
An interview with Dr. Katie Hansen, OT, about considering sensory needs in design.
An interview with Danise Levine, Assistant Director of the IDEA Center at the University of Buffalo.
Tips for designing and setting up a home entrance that is functional, safe, and germ-free!
A discussion about the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. How far have we come? Where can we go next to make spaces equitably accessible?
“Your home should be the great equalizer – where your disability doesn’t matter.”
We discuss some uniquely universal ways to cut down on clutter plus keep things organized and accessible.
Our design advisors weigh in on a kitchen design. Is it a good fit or a poor fit?
“It was not until I actually gained more access in and out of the house that my health truly got better. My mental health went up and I felt more worth than I had felt before.” -James
We should be designing universally accessible homes for future generations now.
People with disabilities regularly compromise on housing based on what’s financially accessible, often negatively affecting physical and mental health.
Experiences as occupational therapists collaborating with building and design professionals.
We discuss how the internet isn’t always accurate in the description of universal design, and what our Design Advisors thought of this ramp/stair design.
A backyard party at someone’s home turns from excitement to heartbreak when you have to question if you can attend the due to inaccessibility.
Of course they do. We’re talking about universal design! Listen to Julie & Jackson’s story. You’ll learn about what they have to do just to visit family or friends.