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The AAA: Accessible & Affordable Accommodations for Your Home

In this video: This inviting and interactive presentation by Tina Laffer, M.A., M.Ed., CVRT, is geared toward parents looking for affordable and accessible options for creating simple but meaningful modifications to their homes, making the space more accessible for everyone.

In this video:

This inviting and interactive presentation by Tina Laffer, M.A., M.Ed., CVRT, is geared toward parents looking for affordable and accessible options for creating simple but meaningful modifications to their homes, making the space more accessible for everyone.

Using common household items found at local dollar stores, parents and caregivers will leave the presentation excited and equipt to put these ideas into place – and will notice the increase in their child’s ability to interact and grow in independence around the home. From the kitchen to the bathroom, no room will be left unscathed!

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