Did you know?
Medical expense accounts can cover home improvements and/or special equipment installations, as long as their main purpose is medical care for you, your spouse, or your dependent.
- Department of Treasury, IRS Publication 502

About Accessibility Design

Accessibility Design is the foundation for the success of your project.

Accessibility Design is a design, consultation, project coordination, and product recommendation company that specializes in home access for individuals of all ages and abilities.

It may seem like no one understands your challenges and the decisions needing to be made. You're not alone. We understand and have helped hundreds of individuals through this process.
...And we can help you.

What Matters

Accessibility Design clients enjoying their new outdoor space

A company built around you.
Created from the ground up, this company was established to fulfill a significant need. We didn't simply add home access-oriented services to an already established company, but rather listened closely to our clients and developed our services, business practices, and procedures around you and your needs.

We listen and discover what your needs are.
No matter how large the project or how complex your needs are, we can work with you to create the living space that's best for you. We listen carefully to you, your family, and caregivers to understand the challenges you face in your home.

Accessibility Design Clients touring their new home during construction phase

Solutions created just for you.
Our projects accommodate a wide range of clients and conditions and thus are customized to each individual's particular needs and wants, given each client's unique situation. (eg.; those coping with a catastrophic injury or a degenerative disease, families with a child who has limited abilities, families caring for aging parents, or active adults wishing to age in place). We integrate access, safety, ease of maintenance, and beauty in each design and solution to create the highest possible level of dignity and independence.
We look forward to collaborating with all the members of your team, including case managers, social workers, discharge team members, worker's compensation attorneys, insurance companies, physical therapists, contractors, realtors, your family members, and whoever else has a role in the success of your project. We want what's best for you and your family.
We're flexible and committed to working with your situation, budget, and schedule, no matter how complex it may be, regardless of its funding source.

Accessibility Design client using modified oven space in wheelchair

Always working to serve you better.
We continue to broaden our knowledge base of design, access, construction, occupational therapy, real estate, project coordination, and innovative products. Your project will most likely touch upon all of these areas and we want to be there for you. We're always striving to improve the quality of our solutions, skills, and services to better guide you through this process. As the field of home access grows, we continue to lead with new ideas and services that meet your needs.

Committed to building awareness.

Accessibility Design donates time and resources to local organizations and product developers that are working toward greater awareness of accessibility issues and products that foster freedom, independence, and dignity..

Our Team

Jane Hampton, CID, CAPS

Jane Hampton, CID, CAPS

President & Founder
"All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Brenda Johnson, CAPS

Brenda Johnson, CAPS

Access Designer
"Accessible design is good design."
Joseph Drew, CAPS

Joseph Drew, CAPS

Access Designer
"A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one." - Robert Greene
Janalee Reineke Lyth, OTR/L, SCEM, CAPS, CEAS

Janalee Reineke Lyth, OTR/L, SCEM, CAPS, CEAS

Access Specialist
"Appreciate each person’s unique capabilities and gifts to the world."
Scott Andrews

Scott Andrews

Access Designer
"Never draw more in the morning than you can erase in the afternoon."
Billie Yates, CAPS

Billie Yates, CAPS

Access Designer
"Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else." - Margaret Mead

Certifications & Accreditation

CAPS: Certified Aging in Place Specialist

CEAS: Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist

CID: Certified Interior Designer

OTR/L: Occupational Therapist Registered/Licensed

SCEM: Specialty Certification in Environmental Modifications

We Are Where You Need Us

We are currently expanding beyond Minnesota to serve the Upper Midwest. Several services are available nationwide.

Accessibility Design National Service Region Map

Freedom, Dignity, & Independence Await!

Contact us to start your journey.
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