Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Disability and Disabled Universal Design

Information about the design of mobility equipment and aids, homes, houses and businesses and landscapes to be accessible for disabled people. Universal design is a part of everyday living and is all around us. Colour-contrasting that assists those with visual problems as well as those with dexterity problems, kitchen counters at several heights to accommodate wheelchair user, those of a small stature or people with back problems are just a few examples of universal design.

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Brings together medical professionals, designers and craftsmen to create special furniture and equipment for children and adults with serious disabilities. Includes project details, news and images.

A web resource where people who are physically challenged can exchange ideas and equipment they have found to be beneficial.


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