One out of four families in Minnesota has a family member with some form of physical limitation.

Minnesota Council on Disabilities


Elder Services: Seniors and Those Who Wish to "Age in Place"
Information and Specialized Services

As our population continues to age, and more seniors prefer to remain living in their home, housing modifications are needed to improve safety, independence, accessibility and to address the use of needed mobility equipment (e.g.; walkers, canes, wheelchairs and scooters). Our experience and specialized knowledge of home access, design and construction, architectural, interior, and assistive products, and project management provides the senior, their family, attorney, and/or trust officers with the necessary guidance and assistance through the sometimes complicated and difficult process of eliminating potential safety hazards and preparing the home for both current and future needs.

Specialized services for this process are:

  • Home Access Site Visit
  • Gathering Medical and Rehabilitation Information
  • Project Management and Coordination with "Key Players" (e.g.; The Senior, Family Members, Caregivers, Therapists, Physicians, Attorneys, Trust Officers, Product Vendors, Contractors, etc.)
  • Design, Product Recommendation, Drawings/Drafting (as needed)
  • Cost Estimates and Bid Gathering
  • Report Production and Submittal
  • Project Management
  • Construction Site Visits
  • Incompletion Contractor Checklist
  • Post Occupancy Education
  • Reports and Project Completion Documentation and Reports

Whatever the size of your project or complexity of your situation, Accessibility Design has the right service for the job.


Minneapolis, MN USA info@AccessibilityDesign.com 952.925.0301

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