A. Hampton, CID, CAPS
Founder and President
Early in her career as an Interior Designer, Jane Hampton recognized a desire to serve the specialized needs of clients with physical challenges. With the intention to integrate beauty, safety, and functionality into these often complex projects, Accessibility Design was founded in 1992. Her vison becomes realized by providing a comprehensive team approach of expert guidance to the individual cases and overseeing the process from assessment through project completion.
Since 1992, Ms. Hampton has been a leader and pioneer in the field of universal and accessible design. She has shared her expertise as a speaker and educator with design professionals, access specialists, occupational therapists, attorneys, life care planners, trustees, realtors, contractors, social workers, families and advocacy groups. Ms. Hampton has taught the National Builders Associationís Certified Aging In Place (CAPS) designation course well as classes and the University of Minnesota and continuing educational classes for attorneys, designers, and occupational therapists.
As the team continues to expand and her vision of increased accessibility for individuals and communities grows stronger, she continues to raise the bar of home access and human dignity across the nation.