Universal design creates housing that can work for everyone. It makes housing accessible to those with disabilities. It also lets people stay in their homes as their circumstances change, without expensive renovations. And because a well-designed accessible unit doesn’t look different from a standard unit, it appeals to those who need special features — and to those who don’t.
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Follow these principles for each area of the home to ensure current and future accessibility for residents.