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    IDC Webinar: Accessible Residential Design — Interior Access (1 IDCEC hour: HSW)

    Construction and design professionals must lead the way when it comes to creating living spaces that are in demand both now and in the future. Through this webinar series on accessible residences, attendees will gain valuable information and design advice on creating accessible, sustainable and affordable housing options for aging Canadians to enjoy.

    Incorporating universal and age-friendly design into residential construction projects results in homes and dwellings designed and constructed to accommodate the diversity of age and ability. Accessible homes will better meet the changing needs of our aging society.  This webinar takes a thorough approach to introduce accessibility considerations that are critical to entering and moving within interior spaces.

    During each session, attendees will be able to download "take away" resources.

    Topics covered will include:

    • Review of disability-related concerns in residential interior contexts
    • Foundations of universal design theory
    • Visitability and lifespan housing concepts
    • Space planning criteria for accessibility
    • Materials and mechanicals selection and placement
    • Accessibility requirements and considerations for: entrances; hallways and doorways; stairs and vertical access (elevators, stair lifts); windows; lighting and more

    NOTE: This webinar was previously offered on April 11, 2013.


    Susan Ruptash, B.Arch., OAA, FRAIC, AIA, Principal Quadrangle Architects Limited

    Susan is a principal of Quadrangle Architects Limited and a director of accessability advantage. Susan's passion for barrier-free and universal design has informed Quadrangle’s project work and led her to a number of specialized consulting roles in this field, including championing a better
    understanding of universal design. Susan sat on the accessibility directorate of Ontario Accessible Built Environment Standards Development Committee.

    Amy Pothier, I.D.D., Intern ARIDO, LEED® Green Associate, Quadrangle Architects Limited

    Amy is an intern member of ARIDO and an accessibility and building code specialist, focusing on creating user-friendly spaces that combine her expertise of building and accessibility with architecture and interior design. She has a strong passion for designing enjoyable spaces that all people can easily access. Amy works as an accessibility consultant creating output specifications and providing accessibility consultation on the design and construction of new athletic venues for the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games.

    Eric VanZiffle, M.Arch., LEED® AP, Quadrangle Architects Limited

    Eric has a master of architecture and is a LEED accredited professional with considerable project design and construction experience. Eric is an expert in accessibility guidelines and standards, accessibility audits, assessments and renovations and has several years of experience with large scale post-secondary building projects.



    LocationFrom your home or office
    Date et heure

    Date: Thursday, June 13, 2013.

    Time: 12 - 1:30 p.m. EDT

    L'heure en 1371153600
    FraisRegistered/Professional Member : 40,00 $
    Intern/Provisional Member : 30,00 $
    Non-Member : 60,00 $
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