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Sacha Baird

My Mom was paralyzed from waist down. For the past 3+ yrs my mom’s MS has been gradually getting worse. As someone’s MS gets worse, they need more assistance. I believe that there should be funding or accessible housing available to help those with MS, to…

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Ian Greaves

I use a power wheelchair. To access my bungalow townhouse there is a ramp in the garage and an electric door-opener for entry. Inside the house I need ample space to maneuver the large chair. A roll-in shower and a ceiling-lift in the bedroom are…

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Julie

I use a power wheelchair. To access my bungalow townhouse there is a ramp in the garage and an electric door-opener for entry. Inside the house I need ample space to maneuver the large chair. A roll-in shower and a ceiling-lift in the bedroom are important features. For my own enjoyment and participation in family activities I have floor-level access to the deck. This is also vital for fire-safety – providing me with a secondary exit at the rear of the building…

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Craig Schram

Craig was a premature infant. He was diagnosed with Rubenstein-Taby-Syndrome at the age of five. As a family, we have struggled with finding accommodations suitable for Craig educationally and meeting his personal care needs. It has been a difficult journey for us. Trying to find housing has caused us serious difficulties. The..

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