Accessible housing refers to the construction or modification (such as through renovation or home remodeling) of housing to enable independent living for persons with disabilities.
Accessibility is achieved through architectural design, but also by integrating accessibility features such as modified furniture, shelves and cupboards, or even electronic devices in the home.
A growing trend among senior citizens is to “age in place”, reflecting a desire to retain independence for as long as possible. Adaptations for seniors take into account the most common physical impairments affecting the elderly. For example, a common cause of serious injury for seniors is falling inside the home.
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