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Design Basics Universal Access House Plans

Design Basics Universal Access House Plans are plans designed for use by builders of homes accessible to individuals with mobility or other disabilities. Designs include 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom homes in Country, Traditional, or Farm House style with 1, 1.5, or 2 stories. Finished houses range from 1,394 to 3,061 square feet. Custom alterations can be made.

Flip A Grip Folding Support Handle

The Flip a grip folding support handle is designed for individuals that have balance difficulties, anyone with poor special awareness, or those who need a little extra help walking through doorways. This product glows in the dark so it is visible in the dark when those with visual impairment may benefit from its use. It mounts on doorways or on the stairs or between a door and a screen door. Product can be folded away when not needed. Latex-free non slip grip.

Lightweight Half Step

This Lightweight Half Step is designed for persons with limited lower body mobility or anyone with walking disabilities. It is for those who find going up or down steps challenging. The Lightweight Half Step is designed to reduce the step height for older and for disabled people. It can be used indoors or outdoors. Made from durable recycled heavy duty plastic. Stable in sunlight and freezing conditions. Top of step has a cross hatch design providing a textured, nonslip service. Can be leveled b

Universal Designed Smart Homes For The 21St Century

Universal Designed 'Smart' Homes for the 21st Century is a book of house plans designed for use by people with disabilities. Based on universal design principles, these 102 plans, which can be ordered and built, are for homes fully accessible to people with disabilities. Many models are less than 2,000 square feet and are designed for narrow lots for urban infill, as well as retirement communities. The remaining homes are largely less than 4,000 square feet. Home types include in-law additions,

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