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Featured in Acorn Newspapers
Thanks to Robin E. Glowa a great article about Accessible Answers was featured in Hersan Acorn Newspapers, click below for a copy of the article:
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Kevin's Blog

November 13, 2009
What a great experience it was last weekend to join a band of other skilled craftsman in Bridgeport for one single cause... to build an access ramp for little Davina Martins. The pool of talent to show up for this event was truly impressive. 

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The Aging-In-Place

Just like you, your home needs a retirement plan.

Even though you may be perfectly fit right now, it’s never too soon to plan for the future. If you intend to continue living in your current residence through retirement, there are things you can do to prepare your home for improved safety and comfort as you age. At Accessible Answers, we are experienced with Adaptable Design, so as you age, your home can easily adapt to your changing needs. With some simple planning now, we can help you avoid costly repetitive remodeling in the future.

  

Victims of Injury Or Illness

Get back home quickly and safely.

If you or a loved one has experienced a sudden change in health or mobility due to an accident or illness, chances are your needs are immediate, and you have had little chance to research options. Accessible Answers LLC will work with you and your Occupational Therapist or Health Care Professional help you get back into your home as quickly and as safely as possible.

Those Recovering From Surgery

Ensure a speedier and safer recovery.

Perhaps you are about to have a medical procedure such as joint replacement surgery, and anticipate your mobility may be comprimised for an extended period during recovery. You may consider outfitting your home in advance with a few temporary solutions to ease your every day tasks upon returning home.

Your House Guests

Make your home more welcoming to people with disabilities.

According to the US Census bureau, chances are that someone you care for has, or will some day have, a disability. Even if there are no mobility concerns within your household now, you may still want to make your home more welcoming to people with access issues. There are simple improvements we can help you make so that your home can welcome all guests safely and easily.

 

Quote of the Day

The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly. - Buddha