• Richard Duncan

Property Brothers' Design Tips for a Home You'll Never Have to Leave

AARP has long been an important advocate for better home design, better home features, and helpful products that can maintain our lifestyle and enhance our safety in the home. In the August/September Issue of AARP Magazine, the article Home Sweet Forever Home is a good read. It shows a number of really good home features that are good for everyone and really good if you are older, such as a curbless shower, added lighting, and a raised dishwasher. They might have emphasized more the marketability of a UD home. They also toss a custom feature like grab bars in there. We'll all need them at some point in our lives, but they aren't an example of a UD feature. Universal equivalents are the handholds around toilet paper dispensers, mix valves, at soap dishes, and built into towel bars.

Plan ahead and do it now!

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The Ronald L. Mace Universal Design Institute is a non-profit organization based in North Carolina dedicated to promoting the concept and practice of accessible and universal design. The Institute's work manifests the belief that all new environments and products, to the greatest extent possible, should and can be usable by everyone regardless of age, ability, or circumstance.


The Institute's sister initiative, Better Living Design is changing the way homes and home products are designed, built and remodeled to better meet the needs of everyone at every life stage. 

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