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Home Adaptations

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HOME ADAPTATIONS 

 

Occupational Therapy and Rebuilding Together [from: www.promoteot.org/AI_BGInfo.html]

AOTA and Rebuilding Together have joined forces to provide volunteer services in an effort to repair and rebuild homes and to educate the public on ways that occupational therapists can address people's needs for independent living.

For more information on this innovative, collaborative project as well as home safety checklists and tips for living please visit: www.promoteot.org/AI_RebuildingTogether.html

 

Evidence-Based Research on Home Modifications

For a list of references on evidence-based research on Home Modifications please see: www.promoteot.org/AI_Evidence.html

 

 

Below you will see links to articles related to home adaptations. Please click the links below to read more and access the links to the full text of the article.

 

Virtual environments as an aid to the design and evaluations of home and work settings

 

Guidelines for environmental adaptations and safety at home

 

Vision Rehabilitation: Care and Benefit Plan Models

 

Changes in accessibility and usability in housing

 

Wheelchair users are not necessarily wheelchair bound

 

Adaptations of the physical environment to compensate for sensory related changes

 

Home Modification Guide:

Visit this link for a free booklet of "The AARP Home Fit Guide" for great ways on how to make your home comfortable, safe, and livable:

www.aota.org/DocumentVault/Documents/41878.aspx

 

OT and Home Modification

For a tip sheet on this topic please visit: www.aota.org/Consumers/Tips/Adults/HomeMods/35132.aspx

 

 

 

 

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