Why Accessible Housing?
There is a great need for accessible housing and surrounding communities: Per the Center for Disease Control and Protection’s Disability and Health Data System, 11% of adults in the United States have a mobility disability. The 2020 U.S. Census shares that 16.5% of Americans are over the age of 65. These numbers will increase as baby boomers get older. And yet, the majority of housing stock and community infrastructure is inaccessible to people with mobility disabilities. People with disabilities and seniors need knowledge, advocates, and builders to help ensure that these resources are available.
About the Anderson Center
The Anderson Center for Accessible Living allows us to provide this much-needed training and information on accessible housing and communities to several groups: people with disabilities and seniors, families and caregivers, social service and housing professionals, and community organizations.
Note: Anderson Center activities are currently being provided upon request and as staff capacity allows. Download a service list here for other resources that may be helpful on your home modification and accessibility journey.
Our Available Activities May Include:
Seminars and presentations on accessible housing and communities
Learn more by visiting our Workshops and Trainings page.
Tours of our Demonstration Unit for individuals and small groups.
The Demo Unit is located within Cotman Vistas. Learn more by visiting our Cotman Vistas page.
Home Accessibility Assessments
Learn more and schedule your assessment by visiting our Requests page.
The Anderson Center for Accessible Living is generously supported by donors and sponsors.