Little Yellow House: Becoming rentABLE Goes Beyond Wheelchair Access
Author: Lorraine Woodward | Contact: BecomingRentABLE.com
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Synopsis: More than just wheelchair accessible, the property showcases well-designed accessible features incorporated into every room and accommodates a wide variety of disabilities. Becoming rentABLE strives to bring visibility to the need for accessible, short-term rentals through education about accessible design, construction, and renovation. There’s a lot this place can teach occupational therapy and physical therapy students. And we want to show property owners and property managers what is achievable with some planning.
Creating a Gold Standard Accessible Short-Term Rental
A sweet 1950’s charmer might be small at 1,200 square feet but is exceptional for accessibility for individuals and families with disabilities. More than just wheelchair accessible, the property, located at 1615 Tyler Street in Conway, AR, showcases well-designed accessible features beautifully incorporated into every room and packs a lot of punch in accommodating a wide variety of disabilities, including those related to vision, hearing, Autism, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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