Designing for the Elderly Population
The Americans with Disabilities Act and Its Implications for an Aging America
DAK Kopec, Ph.D., CHES, IDEC

As baby boomers age, many will, in fact, be disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This publication examines the connection between the disabled and the elderly populations, the history and intent of the ADA, and the most common types of accommodations that designers should consider to meet the needs of the disabled elderly.

Order Code: DesignforElderly
70 pages
Published: 2006
Publisher: American Society of Interior Designers

$30/members, $40/non-members

Price: $40.00

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