Accessible Housing

Wheelchair- Friendly Tiny House Is a “Big” Option

Wheelchair- Friendly Tiny House Is a “Big” Option

Housing is an ongoing challenge for many people with disabilities, as the cost of housing keeps rising – exponentially in many communities. On her blog Free Wheelin, writer Karin Willison describes the “tiny house” on wheels as a solution that is affordable and can be easily worked into existing communities.

Housing: When Accessibility Becomes the Norm and not the Exception

Housing: When Accessibility Becomes the Norm and not the Exception

A Toronto builder has caught onto the idea of intentionally designing condos that are easily modified to accommodate people with disabilities. Most builders don't currently offer accessibility as a standard option, and adding such features or retrofitting an existing unit can run to thousands or tens of thousands of dollars.