Visibility is a movement to change home constructions practices so that all homes (not just those built for occupants with current disabilities) offer a few specific features to make it easier for mobility impaired people to live in and visit.
Some people claim that because only a small percentage of the population have mobility impairments, building universal visitable homes is non essential. However, the Journal of the American Planning Association found that because of the rapid growth of the oldest
AARP Virginia produced an article for the June issue of their magazine, titled “A Community Where Living is Easier: Accessibility features in new homes help people age in place”. In the article, a Dunlora Forest resident speaks about the increasing
Did you know that 35 million households in the US, representing 32% of all American households, have at least one person with a disability. According to the article “Crossing the Threshold: Problems and Prospects for Accessible Housing Design” by
Exciting and worthwhile event held on Jan. 28 at Southern Development’s Dunlora Forest subdivision where 36 EasyLiving homes are being constructed. Charlottesville NBC news affiliate channel 29 covered the event. Check it out http://www.nbc29.com/story/24567064/vas-first-easyliving-community-developing-in-albemarle. Southern Development’s Charlie Armstrong speaks to the