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Access to home

February 12, 2009
By Lauren LeFebvre

One of our main goals at TLCIL is ensuring people with disabilities do whatever they feel in necessary to maintain or gain independence. A very common way people lose or never attain independence is the inaccessibility of their own homes. Think about it this way. Let's say one of you children is born with mobility impairment. You live in a two story home where the bathroom is upstairs. How hard is it going to be to potty train that child who cannot get upstairs? Where is their independence?

 
 

 

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