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Parts of the United States are moving to factory-built Universally Designed housing

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The Minnesota Manufactured Housing Association announced a move to Universal Design principles for their newer products. Minimum featues of which include a level entrance, wider hallway, and larger doors. Bathrooms include a large turning radius, raised toilet, vanity with open knee space, and roll-in shower with handheld showerhead and tub seat. Kitchens include a large turning radius, removable base cabinets, "D" handles and drawer pulls, and adjustable kitchen work surfaces. These features make the home more accessible to a child in a stroller, to adults moving in furniture and to a person in a wheelchair. For more information see http://www.mnmfghome.org/media/designed.php

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