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Why protected access to and from a home is an important feature
National Post
On one of the coldest nights of the year, Mark Stroz froze to death within sight of his Toronto front door.

Saturday night temperatures dropped to as low as -25 C (-40 C with windchill), putting the city under an extreme cold alert. The neighborhood also happened to be without power. Starting at 4:30 a.m., 4,000 homes — including the home Stroz shared with his mother in suburban Etobicoke — were struck by a blackout.

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The coming design revolution: It's all about Boomers
The Huffington Post
As the boomer generation continues to age, demographers predict that by 2030, when all the baby boomers will have passed age 65, the over-65 crowd will reach 20 percent of the population. Ten thousand of us are turning 65 everyday. But just because we are getting older doesn't mean that we are leaving the scene. We are not going to be the generation that retires quietly to old age ghettos (aka "retirement communities").
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Simple solutions for business access
CBC
Around Hamilton, Ontario, there will be 12 fewer doorsteps with inaccessible entrances thanks to a ramp-building project at the Hamilton Tool Library. Provincial legislation requires buildings to be accessible by 2025. There was some legal nervousness that kept signups low for the project, but that seems to be dissipating: At least 75 more businesses have indicated they want a ramp, many along Barton Street.
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Enabling Accessibility Fund: Some approved projects in Ontario
Brant News
Nine community facilities across Brantford, Six Nations and the County of Brant can now move ahead with projects to improve accessibility thanks to the federal government's Enabling Accessibility Fund.
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Lack of accessible housing appears to be is a problem in Nova Scotia — as it is in other provinces
Nova News Now
William Harvey's search for wheelchair accessible housing within his price range continues. Harvey has found temporary fixes — places to stay for a night or two — after sharing his story with the media. He's yet to find an affordable place to call home permanently.
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Ontario tax credit to improve safety at home for seniors

The Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit is a permanent, refundable personal income tax credit for seniors and family members who live with them. If you qualify, you can claim up to $10,000 worth of eligible home improvements on your tax return.

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Canadian federal government's Enabling Accessibility Fund

Workplace and Community Accessibility Program deadline is April 27, 2015.

The Enabling Accessibility Fund is a federal Grants and Contributions program that supports capital costs of construction and renovations related to improving physical accessibility and safety for people with disabilities in Canadian communities and workplaces.

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Testimonials


During the process of getting this house ready for our family to move into, you maintained a friendly, approachable, professional attitude making us feel very at ease and comfortable placing the many aspects of the job in your capable hands. It was so reassuring to know that I could pick up the phone or email you anytime and get immediate response to my questions or concerns with regards to modifications being done.

  LG Whitney ON

Fitting Places to People
(since 1987)
Adapt-Able Design Group
75 Dufflaw Road, Suite 203
Toronto, ON
Canada, M6A 2W4
416-781-3335
1-800-781-3431
info@adaptabledesign.com
The Adapt-Able Design Group specializes in barrier-free home design for seniors and individuals with physical challenges and limitations, including design and installation of stairlift, home elevator, ceiling lift and wheelchair lift solutions.


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