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Universal Design & Disability

 Tips on Accessibility from Meeting Lifes Challenges

UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBILITY:
By incorporating accessibility features into the overall design of the home in a tasteful and barely perceivable way, Universal Design allows use by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. Learn more about this design philosophy and how it can make your next apartment, home or remodel better whether you are young with children, elderly wishing to stay in your home, or disabled.

For more tips on making your home more accessible,  look for Shelley's book, "Home Accessibility: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier," available online or at a library or  bookstore near you.

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Miracles and Coincidences - Newsletter
  Albert Einstein said, “Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous.” Take time to observe the mi..

Thank FULL for Caregivers - Newsletter
  How do you thank people who make it possible for you to live a normal life in spite of significant c..

Forgiveness Can Bring Healing - Newsletter
  Frustration and anger are often a part of life both for the one with a chronic illness or disability..

Footprints on My Heart - Newsletter
  February is “heart month” and Shelley writes about those people who “leave footprints on our heart.

Keep memory active - read with friend
  Keep your memory active by reviewing the day's news events...

Someday We'll Laugh About This!
  "Someday We'll Laugh About This" week - Shelley recalls her experience of overcoming the challenges ..

Take note of what traveling companion is wearing.
  Airports, train and bus stations, ships, trains and large aircraft can be confusing places...

Celebrating Mom
  Anyone who is a mother knows what a difficult mine field it is when you’re raising children. Shelley..

Sending flowers
  A hospitalized friend will appreciate your thoughtfulness when your flowers arrive.

From Diagnosis to Acceptance: My Journey
  Learning to live with a chronic illness like multiple sclerosis has been the hardest challenge of my..

11 Tips for Staying Independent
  When you have a disability, life can feel out of control. Shelley Peterman Schwarz provides strategi..

9 Tips for Taming the Chaos of the Holidays
  Shelley Peterman Schwarz shares tips for reducing holiday chaos by unplugging technology and pluggin..


   
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