As we age or face mobility challenges, it’s important to create a living space that is safe, accessible, and comfortable. Whether you’re a senior looking to stay in your own home longer or a caregiver seeking ways to enhance the quality of life for your loved one, these home modifications for seniors can make all the difference.
Whether you're a seasoned homeowner looking to sell or a new buyer hoping to make some strategic updates, this blog post is for you. We all know that first impressions matter, and when it comes to selling your home, those initial moments can make or break a deal. That's where renovation projects come in – they have the power to transform your space into something truly remarkable, while also boosting its market appeal.
Join us on October 13th at the Assiniboine Park Pavilion Atrium to enhance your knowledge and skills in accessible home modifications! Sponsored by Shift Accessibility, Incluzia is putting on a workshop for Occupational Therapists in Manitoba to learn more about...
This year (2023) we were overjoyed to be an event sponsor for the Movement Centre's annual wheel/walk/run fundraiser named the Perogy Run. The event sponsorship is in support of unique rehabilitation programs at the Movement Centre of Manitoba. Collect pledges and...
Designing a home for everyone is not an easy feat. From considering different accessibility needs to finding ways to make everyone feel included and welcome, there are many factors to consider when creating a universal design home.
Are you considering renovating and updating your kitchen? If yes, you're probably getting inspired by researching in many of those internet masonry wall type websites. We understand It can be overwhelming quickly as there are so many examples. And to mention these luxurious kitchens are most likely very costly. In this article we're taking a different approach to showcase features you might not of heard of but will definitely realize it's something you might need.
Many Canadians living what a disability are faced with challenges. Many of those challenges involve working in an environment that isn't accessible. A barrier free washroom is a top choice to begin your workplace transition to obtaining accessibility in the workplace.
When asking how to make the workplace more accessible, you tend to hear a lot about trends. Such as, standing workstations, ergonomic chairs, architectural and layout designs. We've realized a lack of mention for accessibility in the workplace. Designing spaces to accommodate persons with disabilities and elderly.
Is it time for an accessibility upgrade? As a commercial business in Winnipeg you are required to abide by the most current version of the City of Winnipeg Accessibility Design Standards. Buildings that have been built or in operation over the last five years or so will have already made the necessary updates. If you don't think any accessible updates have been made, update your business to take advantage of every opportunity.
Let’s turn a vision of greater accessibility into a reality. A home should be an oasis for everyone living within. But when a room or appliance along with any other space (for function or leisure) is inaccessible, the supposed sanctuary instead becomes a point of frustration.