Invisible Accessibility is about aging in your own home gracefully, but sometimes, it’s just not realistic. The alternatives are often unattractive, with seniors who have cognitive issues living in facilities that look like hospitals without much room to engage in their version of regular life. This Alzheimers Village is an example of what is possible when developers and providers think outside the box of care. Read the full article here.
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