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The Accessible Kitchen

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The challenge of living at home using a wheelchair or walker is faced every day by an estimated 30 million Americans. This number is rapidly increasing due to the growing number of disabled people choosing to be self-sufficient and the aging of the "baby boom" generation. One area of a home that's a concern to any individual in a wheelchair or walker is their kitchen. The Accessible Kitchen article lays out the ground rules to a barrier-free design.

Learn the ins and outs of an accessible kitchen by reading this valuable informative by Leon A. Frechette. Easy to understand, this article delivers a wealth of clear and concise information. Topics covered include the following:

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