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Accessible Housing and Home Modification Training and Coaching
 

Incluzia offers evidence-based training in the areas of accessible housing and home modifications across Canada. 

Home Modifications Training Workshops for Occupational Therapists

We have an accessible housing crisis in Canada. Our existing housing stock falls short of meeting the current population needs. With our aging demographics coupled with increasing prevalence of disabilities, there is a high demand for more accessible housing options.

 

Home Modifications involves adapting housing to meet the specific safety and accessibility needs of its occupants. This is a growing practice area for Occupational Therapists, globally.

 

We have created evidence-based training to increase professional capacity with a series of Home Modifications Workshops for Occupational Therapists that are now being offering in-person across Canada. Online Learning coming early 2024.

Instructor: Marnie Courage

Accessibility and Inclusion Strategist

Marnie's Full Bio

Home Modifications
1/2 Day In-person Workshop:

Building the Healthcare Construction Connection

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Home Modifications and Accessible Housing Online Coaching: 

  • Provided by Incluzia CEO Marnie Courage

  • Review site photos and assessment findings 

  • Review accessibility and safety solutions 

  • Review reports 

  • Review concept and specification construction drawings

  • more!

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Designing and Building Accessible Homes:

For Designers and Building Professionals

This introductory 3-hour course is for architects, interior designers and other residential building professionals,  interested in advancing their professional knowledge and skills in accessible housing. Participants will learn how to apply new Canadian accessible housing standards and universal design guidelines to create lifespan homes for people who are aging or have disabilities. Design and construction considerations are discussed as participants learn how high impact adaptable design features can benefit both current and future occupants. Single family home and multi-unit dwellings case studies are shared with with assumption that participants are familiar with building codes, reading concept and specification construction drawings and have some experience in designing residential dwellings.

Instructor: Marnie Courage

Accessibility and Inclusion Strategist

Marnie's Full Bio

Fees and Course Schedule Coming Soon!

Are you interested in creating an accessible and inclusive world with us?

We would love to hear from you!

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