ALS & Degenerative Conditions

Did you know?
Two in every five adults in the United States aged 65 and older have a disability.
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Accommodating care and giving in home access features when they’re needed most.

Life has thrown you a curveball that feels like a meteor. Time is of the essence.

You need a team that knows what they are doing and can provide solid consultation and design solutions efficiently and effectively. Who can over-see implementation done by knowledgeable and "can-do" contractors.

Accessibility Design is that team… supporting your focus on your loved one's care, comfort, and their quality of life.  

Let us do the “heavy work”, so you can put your attention where it is needed the most… with your family and friends.

Our Precise, Effective Process

Based on your desires, level of impact on the home, and financial investment, we can draw upon our services and process to cater to your desires.

  • Home Access Site Visit (to determine accessibility needs)
  • Drafting & Construction Documents (as needed)
  • Product Recommendation
  • Budget & Cost Estimating
  • Bid Gathering
  • Project Cost Summary
  • Project Coordination
  • Construction Site Visits
  • Incompletion Contractor Checklist
  • Post Occupancy Education
  • Project Completion Site Visit

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

"Understanding that my future abilities and needs are uncertain, Accessibility Design provided a space that’s customized to my needs now and flexible enough to meet my needs in the future. It is reassuring to know that I can fully live the remainder of my life with ease in the comforts of my home, thanks to Accessibility Design."

- Debbie Kemp

"A progressive neurological disease was robbing Mike of the ability to get around the house, so creating an accessible area in our home and planning for the future was a must. Little did we know that Accessibility Design would guide us through the process and help us develop a safe and beautiful home where Mike can live independently as long as possible. Many thanks for our amazing new world!"

- Ann Schroeder

Frequently Asked Questions

Is construction always nessesary?

No. Through exploring the use of adaptive equipment, temporary solutions, and the location of tasks and caregiving there may not be the need for large scale/permanent modifications.

We have found, however, that permanent modifications made to the home can be beneficial for the aging process of other loved ones living in the home and therefore can be a good investment.

Freedom, Dignity, & Independence Await!

Contact us to start your journey.
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